The London Evening Standard reports that analysts over at JPMorgan have been busy running their models and trying to work out who will win this year's World Cup in South Africa.
The Times reports that the three principals of hedge fund GLG Partners, Noam Gottesman, Pierre Lagrange and Emmanuel Roman, are to bag a $500m windfall following the sale of their firm to Man Group.
When the UK's new Chief Secretary to the Treasury, David Laws, arrived at his new office last week, there was a note left for him by his Labour Party predecessor Liam Byrne.
The New York Times reports that ABN Amro Bank (now a part of Royal Bank of Scotland Group) has agreed to pay $500m for violating the US Bank Secrecy Act.
So much for a mass protest by Syracuse University graduates Sunday.
Here's the press release:
Goldman Sachs officially opened its 43-story building in the Battery Park region of New York City in January this year.
Here's a collection of interesting quotes from people making the news.
The Herald Sun reports that up to 14 former staff over at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) are under investigation for involvement in a narcotics syndicate which was allegedly based in the bank's debt-collection department.
The Sunday Times reports that London-based bankers are preparing for further attempts to rein in bonuses when the UK government releases details of its emergency budget next month.