We talk a lot about the amount of pressure the younger generation are under - but those nearing retirement age have it just as hard, it turns out.
Tighter regulations are making it increasingly difficult to sell U.K. government bonds. That’s the message from gilt market makers and investors.
More needs to be done to propel women into the top jobs in Britain’s biggest businesses, to boost economic growth, according to the head of the CBI – who wants all major companies to ensure that a quarter of all senior roles are held by women.
Oil prices may be depressed, but they have not stopped the longtime commodities trader Phibro from being resurrected.
JPMorgan agreed to pay $995m to resolve claims by Ambac Financial Group that it was duped into insuring mortgage bonds backed by shoddy loans, paving the way for approval of a much larger settlement between the bank and institutional investors stemming from the global financial crisis.
Staff absences are now costing businesses more than £500 per worker, but employers are still not doing enough to protect their employees' wellbeing.
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Tim Leissner, the Goldman Sachs executive who helped build the investment bank’s Malaysia business, has relocated to Los Angeles and is on personal leave, people familiar with the matter said.
Royal Bank of Scotland is to take a financial hit of nearly £7bn after announcing a string of charges for legal bills, compensation and a payment to strengthen its pension fund.
A former senior trader at Royal Bank of Scotland who lost his job amid the currency market rigging scandal, won part of an employment lawsuit but received no compensation because a London judge said he would have been fired anyway.
Morgan Stanley picked its global head of metals and mining, Richard Tory, to lead investment banking operations in Canada.
European venture capital (VC) funds raised a record amount of money in the first half of 2016, but the amount of capital being invested in technology start-ups in the region has plummeted, with deals in the U.K. and Ireland hitting a five-year low amid uncertainty surrounding Brexit, new data on Thursday showed.
Anonymous share trading platforms known as dark pools must improve their handling of conflicts of interest, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said.