Philip Hammond will attempt to reassure bankers on Wall Street on Thursday that he wants the City to be a leading financial centre after Brexit.
The world's oldest people may have attained the oldest age biologically possible for the human species.
Worldwide announced deals for the first nine months of 2015. Data compiled by Thomson Reuters.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that Credit Suisse has agreed to pay a $90m penalty and admit wrongdoing to settle charges that it misrepresented how it determined a key performance metric of its wealth management business.
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Standard Chartered has stepped up its hiring from Barclays’ private-banking team in Hong Kong ahead of the transfer of the business to Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp, in a move that underscores the stiff competition for wealth managers in Asia.
A self-described “battler” from Sydney has had the cost of his Domino’s Pizza order refunded after 18 months and a successful court battle.
Wells Fargo's reputation has taken a major hit on Main Street, and now Wall Street is jumping on the bandwagon.
Steven Cohen’s Point72 Asset Management has been on its biggest ever hiring spree in Asia, seeking higher returns amid turmoil in the global hedge fund industry.
The cuts could start as early as Wednesday.
As the scandal over Wells Fargo’s bogus consumer accounts was coming to a head this summer, executives concluded they had to act. It was time for a chat with Carrie Tolstedt, the manager who oversaw the retail business.
Deutsche Bank is going for long-term solutions rather than quick fixes in setting up its new compliance team to ensure the bank can put behind it the problems that have cost it billions of euros in fines, the bank's regulatory boss said.
Jose Barroso, the former European Commission president, said it’s entirely legitimate to work for Goldman Sachs and any mistakes its bankers made during the financial crisis were nothing to do with him.
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Two former Wells Fargo employees have filed a class action in California seeking $2.6bn or more for workers who tried to meet aggressive sales quotas without engaging in fraud and were later demoted, forced to resign or fired.
A post-Brexit Britain could become “highly attractive” to foreign investors put off by conditions inside the European Union, according to the head of Europe’s largest newspaper publisher.
The U.S. Department of Labor agreed to conduct a review of Wells Fargo requested by lawmakers including Elizabeth Warren, who said the bank may have put undue pressure on employees to meet sales quotas.
A warning about the impact of the Brexit vote on financial services jobs has been issued by the head of the London Stock Exchange.
Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay $38m to settle U.S. litigation over allegations it illegally conspired with other banks to fix silver prices at the expense of investors, according to court papers filed on Monday.
A one-time regulatory official at Lloyds Banking Group sued the bank over claims he was pushed out for blowing the whistle on corporate misconduct and suffered sex and disability discrimination.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that Ernst & Young LLP has agreed to pay more than $11.8m to settle charges related to failed audits of an oil services company that used deceptive income tax accounting to inflate earnings.