Support among business for Britain staying in the EU has declined since David Cameron announced an in/out referendum three months ago.
A Deutsche Bank employee who was fired over Libor rigging has received a payout, after the bank decided to settle allegations of unfair dismissal.
Bank of America’s Will Abbott, head of equities for Russia, has stepped down after three years at the bank, according to two people familiar with his departure.
A long-running insider trading case has Monday resulted in two guilty verdicts and three acquittals.
Credit Suisse is placing asset management under the twin direction of its wealth management and Swiss banking divisions, it said on Sunday, announcing a further strategy rejig after a shake-up in October.
Andrew Bailey, the incoming head of the Financial Conduct Authority, said improving the culture of City firms is a priority and that “hubris” needs to be added to the list of risks firms face.
Banker-bashing: it's one of the UK's favourite hobbies. But now the soon-to-be boss of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Andrew Bailey, has said it's time to start using the carrot, rather than the stick.
Goldman Sachs was named as a defendant in an antitrust case alleging the firm was part of a conspiracy to discourage trading on the plaintiffs’ platform for exchanging swaps tied to interest rates.
The mastermind of an $8bn money-laundering operation that prosecutors billed as the biggest ever got hung out to dry.
UK businesses are increasingly pessimistic about the economy – but hungry to complete deals.
Moelis & Company has announced the expansion of its global footprint through a strategic alliance with Alfaro, Dávila y Ríos, S.C. (ADR), the leading independent strategic and financial advisory firm in Mexico. Moelis is now present in Brazil and Mexico, Latin America’s two largest markets.
The UK’s jobs market bounced back in August after a rise in full-time jobs that made up some of the ground lost in June and July.
The release of the latest GDP figures brought good news.