Here's this week's Thomson Reuters Investment Banking Scorecard.
These ultra rich Americans that want to pay more in taxes.
In case you missed it, here's last week's top stories.
Donald Johnson, a former managing director of the NASDAQ Stock Market, was sentenced last week to 42 months in prison for engaging in insider trading on multiple occasions based on material, non-public information he obtained in his capacity as a NASDAQ executive. Johnson was also ordered to forfeit $755,066.
With its new whistleblower program officially becoming effective earlier this month, the Securities and Exchange Commission launched a new webpage for people to report a violation of the federal securities laws and hasapply for a financial award.
Remember this sick individual ?
Bankers, of course, don't go in for a lot of kissing - at least not in the workplace (not good for street cred or, indeed, your chances of avoiding a harassment claim).
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan has had an interesting week.
The UK general public have been outraged over the rioting that has taken place in the capital and around England this week.
Standard Bank Group has announced its intention, over time, to halve the amount of capital utilised in operations outside of Africa from $3bn to approximately $1.5bn.
UBS has revised down its fourth-quarter net profit by $104.5m primarily because it increased litigation provisions to $3.03bn.
Don’t lie about debt prices or you could end up in jail. And if you’ve already lied, watch out.
Commodity broker ED&F Man Holdings has hired a group of fixed-income traders who left Interactive Brokers Group last year, according to people with knowledge of the matter.