Julius Baer said Asia may overtake Europe as its biggest revenue-generating region, as the wealth manager steps up hiring in Hong Kong and Singapore.
When Barclays in 2012 became the first big bank to be fined for trying to rig the Libor interbank rate, its chief executive lost his job within days.
Britain’s boffins may find time to vacate their libraries and science labs this evening – for they have reason to celebrate.
London's financial industry woke up this morning to a fresh warning that Brexit could cap the size of the sector in the City.
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Truffle Capital, a leading European venture capital firm focused on young innovative companies announces the appointment of Olga Koulechova as Partner and Head of Business Development.
After the Federal Reserve decided to leave interest rates unchanged, bond guru Bill Gross told CNBC he was choked with emotion.
China's sixth-largest lender by assets has raised $7.4bn (£5.6bn) in the world’s biggest initial public offering since Chinese ecommerce retailer Alibaba’s 2014 float.
The Federal Reserve announced it would hold US interest rates unchanged for at least another month on Wednesday.
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Barclays has agreed to sell a portfolio of salary secured loans, worth around £260m, in Italy to IBL Banca.
France's President Francois Hollande has accused the US of double standards in throwing multi-billion euro fines at European banks while complaining about European Commission investigations into US companies.
A string of senior Conservatives warned Theresa May’s Brexit strategy is risking the health of the economy in a parliamentary debate, during which the pound dropped to its lowest ever level against a basket of currencies.