A major City property sale has collapsed after a Chinese investor abruptly pulled out of its £455m purchase of Broadgate Quarter.
UBS avoided a trial with an agreement to settle a lawsuit in which it was accused of peddling 'crap' securities during the 2007 financial crisis.
Credit Suisse has hired William Nourse from Deutsche Bank to advise financial companies in the U.K., according to a memo sent to staff.
Barclays is hacking its own computer systems to stay a step ahead of the criminals.
Argentina’s central bank revoked the licenses of two top executives at HSBC’s local unit, including the chief executive officer, arguing they had failed to prevent clients from laundering funds and evading taxes.
Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz, best known for her powerful portraits of musicians and other celebrities, is the driving force behind UBS’s first major brand overhaul since 2009.
The two biggest U.S. public pension funds will oppose a Bank of America proposal that would allow CEO Brian Moynihan to retain the chairman title.
Texas-based energy company ConocoPhillips will cut about 10 percent of its global workforce, with the largest percentage occurring in North America, it confirmed to CNBC.
Nick Robertson, the co-founder of the online fashion retailer Asos, is to step down as chief executive in a surprise move after a tricky 18 months for the former stock market darling.
Bond yields across the advanced world have touched a record low.
HSBC is to restructure its global banking division to cut costs and make the business more "agile", according to an internal memo seen by Reuters on Monday.
If you thought the market for jobs at top institutions was tough, take a moment to consider the prospects of any young student with hopes and dreams of working at Goldman Sachs.