'Mr Deputy Speaker, this Budget rewards work.
Bob Diamond spent 15 years making his name as London's highest profile banker by building up the investment banking arm of Barclays, known in financial circles as BarCap (Barclays Capital).
A fundraising event in Hyde Park, in memory of a Mitsubishi UFJ Securities trader who died last year, is hoping to raise thousands of pounds for the children’s hospice for Essex.
The number of bankers leaving Britain for Switzerland fell by more than 16% last year, undermining claims that the 50p top rate of tax would harm the economy by encouraging highly paid financiers to leave the country.
According to a study conducted by Accounting Degree Online, wealthier people are more likely to be unethical than those with a lower income.
Europe is only at the beginning of a "very tough, very long, hard road" to recovery and its future is still a threat to the US economy, Timothy Geithner, the treasury secretary, warned on Tuesday.
Instinet, a global leader in electronic trading and agency- only brokerage services, has announced a reciprocal liquidity agreement between its Asia-Pacific broker-dealer units and JPMorgan, broadening the Asian liquidity access opportunities available to each firms’ institutional clients.
And still the job cuts come.
Oh no they aren't!
By Patricia Dredze
Barclays is hoping to make 'significant' progress this year in resolving a series of investigations into potential misconduct by its employees, its chief executive said Thursday.
A Citigroup unit and PricewaterhouseCoopers must face claims they played a part in costing investors more than $1bn in Bernard Madoff’s massive Ponzi scheme, an appeals court ruled.