Lucas van Praag, Goldman's global head of corporate comms, is to retire at the end of March.
The Financial Times reports that Royal Bank of Scotland CEO Stephen Hester estimates that, during his time at the helm trying to turn around the bank, the cost of loan losses, disposal costs and restructuring charges has already hit some £38bn ($60bn).
Spare a thought for those banker's who work in Royal Bank of Scotland's Australian M&A and equities businesses.
Credit Suisse has retained its position as the world’s leading private bank for a third consecutive year, according to Euromoney’s 2012 benchmark Global Private Banking Survey.
It's not all boring stuff working in Compliance, it seems.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, CNBC, New York Post, New York Times and Reuters stories currently doing the rounds.
Here's a note of the 29 banks / financial institutions that became JPMorgan Chase.
And here's three firms in the news today, but in truth much the same could be said about most of their rivals too.
Here's the latest from our Highly Placed Professional.
Company leaders should embody the principles of ethical conduct, as big business remains “in the dock”, Stephen Green, the former boss of HSBC, told a City audience in his first public speech since the bank was engulfed in a tax-avoidance scandal.
The administrators of a top deep-web marketplace have disappeared with over $12m worth of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, it emerged last night, in what appears to have been an “exit scam”.
Citibank said it will quit the custody business in Argentina after a U.S. judge refused to let the bank process local bond payments just weeks before a March 31 deadline for the nation to pay bondholders.