City workers are anticipating bumper bonuses this season, but recruitment experts have warned that they could be in for disappointment.
With his bank’s net income down 31% year-over-year, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein saw a 4% reduction in compensation in 2015, down $1m to $23m.
Corporate bond sales in the U.S. from financial institutions are on track for their weakest January since 2012, despite more than $10bn in deals on Friday from Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo and Royal Bank of Canada.
At least six banks targeted in Switzerland’s investigation into Libor-rigging are in settlement talks with the country’s competition regulator, according to two people familiar with the negotiations, as the four-year probe moves closer to wrapping up.
Generous pay packets in the boardroom could be set to become a thing of the past, as a new report has found that fees for non-executive directors have grown at their slowest rate for more than 15 years.
The oil and gas industry is repeating the mistakes of previous downturns by resorting to short-term cost-cutting measures, according to a new report.
Wall Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach.
Unilever, the consumer goods group behind Persil and Magnum, has said it will not scale back its UK operations if Britain votes to leave the European Union.
Fears of a British exit from the European Union are adding to the list of concerns causing turbulence on global financial markets, the IMF’s managing director Christine Lagarde said on Saturday.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that RBC Capital Markets has agreed to a $2.5m settlement for causing materially false and misleading disclosures about its valuation analysis in a proxy statement for Rural/Metro Corporation’s sale in 2011 to a private equity firm.
Europe needs to see more banking mergers for the sector to be in position to become more profitable, Deutsche Bank Chief Executive John Cryan said on Wednesday, amid a report Germany's biggest lender had looked at No. 2 player Commerzbank.