Here's the latest Thomson Reuters Investment Banking Scorecard.
Yep, soon-to-be published results of a 10-year study which followed the welfare of around two dozen investment bankers reveals that a career in the industry does you no good.
Boris Johnson hails Harvey Nash’s decision to retain its global headquarters in London.
Here Is The City has partnered with Hays Financial Markets to bring you the 2011 bonus survey.
Bloomberg has an interesting piece on hedge fund legend John Paulson and his firm Paulson & Co.
Reuters has an interesting interview with Lyle LaMothe, the man who ran Merrill Lynch's herd of financial advisers until he 'retired' in March 2011.
More trader trouble, it seems, over at UBS.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined Andrew Osborne, former Managing Director in Corporate Broking at Merrill Lynch International (now Bank of America Merrill Lynch International) £350,000 ($550,000), for engaging in market abuse by improperly disclosing inside information ahead of a significant equity fundraising by Punch Taverns Plc (Punch) in June 2009.
Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Helen Kanovsky, General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ('HUD'), and David A. Montoya, the Inspector General of HUD, have announced that the United States has filed, and simultaneously settled, a civil fraud lawsuit against CITIMORTGAGE, INC. a subsidiary of CITIBANK, N.A.
It's a year since Michael Lewis' explosive claim in "Flash Boys" that the market is rigged. Why haven't any of his claims been proven yet?
The giant corrugated white shed that dominates the quayside at Vlissingen in the Netherlands is just one of many dull metal boxes like it, dotted around the harbour city.
Banks and insurance companies regulated by the Bank of England are receiving a £8m rebate on the fees they pay to fund the banking watchdog – partly as a result of a fine imposed on Royal Bank of Scotland.