JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon would be fine with having to pay a bit more in taxes.
Standard Chartered was still reviewing if some of its clients were Iranian or Iran-connected entities in 2013, the Financial Times said, saying it had identified transactions that could put the bank at risk of more U.S. penalties.
Bank of America has hired John Utendahl from Deutsche Bank, naming him executive vice chairman of global corporate and investment banking.
Bank of America’s Merrill Lynch was the latest bank to be dragged into a rash of foreign-exchange-related unfair dismissal lawsuits after a former trader sued the bank.
Deutsche Bank will close its Russian banking and securities businesses as co-CEO John Cryan presses ahead with a plan to exit some countries and the lender grapples with a probe into alleged money laundering at its Moscow office.
Britain desperately needs to persuade hundreds of thousands of women to take up engineering to help the country exploit new technologies that could transform our lives.
Two companies heading towards flotations in London worth billions of pounds face pressure over a lack of female representation on their boards following criticism from the peer behind a drive to improve the gender balance in boardrooms.
The head of Hong Kong's stock exchange, Charles Li, recommended hiring children and acquaintances of top Chinese officials while he was Chairman at the China unit of J.P. Morgan Chase, according to a Wall Street Journal report.