By Adrian Crawford, Employment Partner at Kingsley Napley LLP
Another story which won't go quietly.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published a decision notice indicating that it has decided to prohibit Anthony Verrier (a senior executive at BGC) from performing any function in relation to any regulated activity in the financial services industry.
A senior executive at the European Central Bank has admitted eurozone banks were on the brink of collapse last autumn.
The British government is making urgent preparations to cope with the fallout of a possible Greek exit from the single currency, after the governor of the Bank of England, Sir Mervyn King, warned that Europe was 'tearing itself apart'.
The Board of Mizuho International has announced a forthcoming change in the leadership of the Company following the resignation of Paul Hearn, Chief Executive.
Standard Chartered staff who rode from London to Liverpool earlier this month have raised over $300,000 for 'Seeing is Believing', the Bank’s global charitable initiative to tackle avoidable blindness.
And probably not very successfully.
This is a guest post by Anonymous - a former trader in the City of London who writes about his journey and struggle to gain re-employment in a tough job market. He has learned that no news is definitely not good news.
Now this is interesting.