Macquarie Group has denied allegations that some of its brokers and wealth advisers manipulated stock prices or failed to act on client instructions regarding the collapse of Cleveland Mining Co. shares.
Construction begins next year on a building that will house 15,000 employees.
Bank of America is the latest overseas bank to commit its long-term future to the U.K. even as the country prepares for Brexit.
Barclays posted a significant loss on its full-year 2017 profits, hit in part by the U.S. tax overhaul and a weaker dollar. Barclays also announced a restoration of its dividend to 6.5 pence per share for 2018, more than double the last year's full-year dividend of 3 pence. "2018 will be the first year in five years that this bank begins with a clean operating model,"...
Tepper is a minority owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, as well as founder and president of Appaloosa Management.
The Securities and Exchange Commission says BitFunder was an unregistered securities exchange that defrauded users
The Treasury Select Committee is to launch an inquiry into cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and distributed ledger technology as it aims to walk the line between regulating digital currencies and supporting innovation.
Some of this is difficult to comprehend.
Sad to report.
A former JPMorgan Chase currency salesman is fighting his dismissal for a second time after the U.S. bank overturned a verdict in his favor last year, as the fallout from the global foreign-exchange manipulation scandal drags on.
Chris Babu, who ran government-backed mortgage-bond trading at Deutsche Bank until 2016, has gotten used to funny looks when people hear about his career change.
For the second straight year.
Here's 11 examples of political correctness gone mad.
JPMorgan’s failure to properly inform some rich clients about conflicts of interest has resulted in a record $30 million whistle-blower award by U.S. futures regulators.
The Federal Reserve Board on Friday announced that it is seeking to permanently bar Peter Little, the former head of the foreign exchange (FX) spot desk at Barclays Bank in New York, from employment in the banking industry and to impose a $487,500 fine on him.
The incoming chairman of the Financial Conduct Authority has admitted to an “error of judgment” after investing in a controversial tax avoidance scheme that resulted in him repaying more than £100,000 to the taxman.
Lloyd Blankfein, once Wall Street’s highest-paid chief executive officer, fell behind some of his rivals for a second year in a row.
And invest in staff development instead.
Temper expectations. Wall Street probably won't see the kind of charging bull market gains seen in 2017, says J. P. Morgan Private Bank's Monica DiCenso.
Michael Klein has been nominated to be a non-executive director of Credit Suisse.
Lloyds Banking Group has become the latest UK lender to reveal its gender pay gap.
A former JPMorgan currency salesman, fighting the bank for a second time over what he claims was his unfair dismissal, said he lost about $2.8m in compensation after he was let go for a practice that was previously commonplace at the bank.
Royal Bank of Scotland this morning reported its first annual profit since 2007.