UBS has hired two bankers - one for its equity capital markets business and one for the financial sponsors coverage group - to grow its services for sponsor clients.
Business leaders and global corporations including Barclays, Citi and Goldman Sachs, have been shortlisted for a series of top accolades ahead of the Royal Bank of Scotland sponsored British LGBT Awards.
An annual survey of brands has named the top 20 consumer Superbrands, with airline British Airways retaining the top stop and BBC falling out of the top 20 for the first time.
The pay deals handed to the bosses of Britain’s biggest banks will be in focus this week when they report their results for 2015, at a time when bank shares have been hit by fears of renewed financial crisis.
HSBC has reported profits of £13.2bn ($18.8bn) for 2015 and warned of an uncertain economic backdrop as it cut the pay of its chief executive, Stuart Gulliver, to £7.3m.
After months of market volatility, China's top securities regulator was finally replaced over the weekend, leaving many to wonder what took so long.
Members of the Treasury select committee get the chance to grill the governor of the Bank of England on Tuesday.
Most of Britain’s banks report their annual results this week in probably the most frenzied atmosphere since the financial crisis. Bank shares have plunged as investors have fretted about their financial strength, prompting Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse to go public with reassuring comments.
If things in the marker seem scary, maybe that's because they are scary. That's the message from one widely followed fixed income investor.
Credit Suisse promoted Brian Chin to chief executive officer of its global markets unit, putting him in charge of the securities business that blindsided CEO Tidjane Thiam with losses this year.
Block Event, an Australian equity-trading venue run by a former Credit Suisse trader, will expand a business that combines the attributes of a dark pool and a sales desk into Hong Kong and Japan by the end of the year.
Morgan Stanley and C Suisse have followed Goldman Sachs in predicting the U.K. economy will prove stronger than economists anticipated in the immediate aftermath of the vote to leave the European Union.