Deutsche Bank has warned that up to 4,000 UK jobs could be moved to Frankfurt and other locations in the European Union as a result of Brexit.
The Bank of England has launched a new code of integrity for all British participants in the money markets.
Wes Moore, a Rhodes Scholar who served in combat in Afghanistan, is taking an elite command post in the fight against poverty.
Three protesting shareholders were removed by security.
Say it ain't so.
Citigroup has appointed Holger Knittel head of M&A for Germany, Austria and Switzerland, according to a memo seen by IFR.
How impressive is this class of business majors? The graduating students shined in their studies, extracurriculars and internships.
With President Donald Trump’s 100th day in office coming up this week, Matt Toole, director of Deals Intelligence at Thomson Reuters looks at how capital markets reacted.
City grandee Michael Spencer has said EU attempts to remove euro clearing away from London would be “deeply, deeply bad” and “dangerous” for the continent.
International banks are getting serious about moving staff to Frankfurt after last year’s Brexit vote, according to property brokers in Germany’s financial capital.
The total number of people employed by all kinds of banking in the U.K. has fallen 22% from its precrisis peak in 2008, or by about 120,000 jobs, according to data from Britain’s statistics office.
The nearly eight-year legal odyssey of former Goldman Sachs programmer Sergey Aleynikov is not over, after New York State's highest court agreed to review his reinstated conviction for stealing high-frequency trading code.
Deutsche Bank has announced it has hired Philip Pucciarelli and Robert Verdier, two senior Healthcare Investment Bankers, from BMO Capital Markets.
JPMorgan is reshuffling executives in its global cash equities business as it seeks to become one of the world’s three-biggest stock brokers.
Goldman’s fixed-income revenue was so unexpectedly weak in the first quarter that last week’s earnings report left the stock tumbling and Wall Street buzzing over what happened. Part of the answer is now emerging.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a vice president in the risk management department of a New York-based investment bank with insider trading on confidential information he learned in advance of a private equity firm’s acquisition of a publicly-traded technology company.
Heidi Richardson, who leads investment strategy for BlackRock’s exchange-traded funds in the U.S., is leaving the firm.
European investment banks are set to lose more ground to U.S. rivals in fixed-income and equities trading when they report first-quarter results this week.
House prices in London have slipped by 1.5 percent over the past year as a series of adverse political and economic factors have combined to cause an ongoing stand-off between potential buyers and sellers, according to data from Rightmove on Monday.
Sad to report.
Credit Suisse, the bank trying to restore confidence in its trading businesses, heralded its first-quarter results as “an improvement,” “excellent” and “resilient.” Not everyone’s convinced.
JPMorgan Chase is ramping up its Australian equities business with the hiring of three former Goldman Sachs bankers.