A fired Morgan Stanley financial adviser who downloaded client data to a home server pleaded guilty to accessing the bank’s computer network without permission.
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Charles Li, the chief executive of Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing, said he followed internal hiring procedures in his former role as the China chairman of JPMorgan.
Wall Street banks may have finally hit on a way to pinpoint the value of analysts and squeeze more money from their research: Stop making it so easy to share.
Bankers, lawyers and regulators have been hired to join the City watchdog’s enforcement panel, the influential body that oversees the punishments handed out to wrongdoers.
The emissions-fixing scandal that has engulfed Volkswagen in the US could extend to other companies and countries, one of the officials involved in uncovering the alleged behaviour has told the Guardian.
An entrepreneur who acquired the rights to produce a life-saving drug then increased its price more than 50-fold overnight is defending his decision with assertions that the profits will help create better medicines in future.
The City's biggest businesses switched their suits for running gear and took to the streets of London for the 2015 Bloomberg Square Mile Relay; the ultimate corporate relay running race.
FICC and global banking and markets may be impacted.
Bank of New York Mellon has appointed Esteban Colon to the newly created role of wealth director with BNY Mellon Wealth Management.
Ralph Eads, a top oil and gas dealmaker, put Jefferies on the map for energy mergers and acquisitions.
The Securities and Exchange Commission thas announced that Citigroup Global Markets has agreed to pay a $7m penalty and admit wrongdoing to settle charges that a computer coding error caused the firm to provide the agency with incomplete “blue sheet” information about trades it executed.