Deutsche Bank has snapped up an office development in Stratford that will house the new Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) headquarters, in a £370m deal.
Flashing stress alerts not seen since the run up to the Lehman Brothers crisis.
New York Life Insurance’s MainStay Investments has hired Credit Suisse’s John Lloyd as the company works to promote boutique asset-management options for clients.
Businesses are missing out on hiring some of the best candidates by not hiring with flexible working in mind.
A London judge released former Deutsche Bank employee Christian Bittar on $1.46m bail after the ex-trader and five others were formally charged in court with manipulating a key interest-rate benchmark.
Jurors in the case of six former brokers accused of helping Tom Hayes rig Libor were told to disregard any sympathy they may have for the defendants as prosecutors wrapped up their arguments in the three-month-old trial.
Gina Martin Adams of Wells Fargo sees several similarities between 1998 and 2016 that may indicate a coming correction for stocks.
Media magnate Rupert Murdoch and former model Jerry Hall are to get married, after announcing their engagement at the ripe ages of 84 and 59 respectively.
When are the strikes and how long will they last?
Over half of UK workers wish for a career change, rising to 72 per cent for those aged between 25-34, new research has found.
Panama's government has revealed assets held by its banking system had grown by over $4bn (£3.1bn) in the first half of the year alone, as the country continues to work towards more transparency in its financial services sector.
An unusual move in a sector where bonuses are viewed as crucial to performance and preventing talent from moving elsewhere.
Yoshinori Nomura felt like weeping. It was the morning of June 24, Brexit day, and markets were moving against him.