In case you missed them, here's last week's top stories.
Now here's one former 'big swinging d.ck' who appears to be doing rather well. And he's gone from bell curves to bellends in quick succession.
The New York Times reports that James Kobak, the lawyer representing MF Global's US Trustee James Giddens, told a Federal Bankruptcy Court that there appear to have been a number of suspicious trades the weekend ahead of the firm's demise, which may explain where the missing $1.2bn of client funds has gone.
Here are a few quotes from and on the Financial Services Authority's report on the failure of Royal Bank of Scotland, which was published Monday.
The Royal Bank of Scotland Group has welcomed the publication of the Financial Services Authority's report into the bank's near failure in 2008.
Fresh into government in 1997, Gordon Brown was determined to demonstrate New Labour's City-friendly credentials.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published its Board’s Report into 'The failure of the Royal Bank of Scotland'. (RBS).
Here are a few links to some interesting Bloomberg and Reuters stories currently doing the rounds.
Deutsche Bank does not need to change its universal banking model dramatically, but faces pressure to cut costs like the rest of the banking sector, Co-CEO Juergen Fitschen said on Thursday.
Evercore Partners, the merger-advisory firm founded by Roger Altman, may almost double its number of employees in Southeast Asia as other investment banks scale back in the region.
Citigroup is ending its investment in Akbank TAS at a loss of $800m on the value of its 2007 purchase.