Two brothers, 22-year-old Tom Cowles, and sibling Ben, 21, have pleaded guilty to killing 45-year-old Frank McGarahan, at the time Chief Financial Officer at Barclays Wealth, over a spat near a taxi rank in Norwich in September last year.
The Daily Mail reports that two City bankers have appeared in Southwark Crown Court, accused of having non-consensual sex with a sleeping office worker, who had gone back to one of the banker's flat after a night out.
A 39-year-old equities trader is to 'give away' his home, a brand new luxury car and boat to make a 'difference' to someone else's life.
Edouard Stern, then 50, a former Managing Director at Lazard Freres and the 38th richest man in France, was found dead in his Geneva penthouse on March 1st, 2004. Standing trial for his murder in Switzerland this week is 40-year old Cecile Brossard, a former call girl, who had enjoyed a stormy relationship with the banker for around 4 years.
Fox Business reports that Carlos Araya, a former trader at The New York Mercantile Exchange, is now working as a Maitre'D at the Palm, a New York steak house he used to visit as a guest.
Edouard Stern, 50, a former Managing Director at Lazard Freres and the 38th richest man in France, was found dead in his Geneva penthouse on March 1st. To stand trial for his murder is 36-year old Cecile Brossard, a former call girl, who had enjoyed a stormy relationship with the banker for around 4 years.
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The Wall Street Journal reported last week that US regulator The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is 'pushing' for a management shake-up over at Citi, and that CEO Vikram Pandit's head is back firmly on the block.
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JP Morgan agreed to pay a record $13bn to settle legal charges related to its mortgage business on Tuesday, ending months of tense negotiations with the US Justice Department.
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Goldman Sachs can cut pay dramatically and maintain staff when times are tough because it pays so well in good times, Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein said on Tuesday.