Hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen is considering a return to London after beating a retreat from the UK in the midst of an insider-trading probe 18 months ago.
Barclays named KPMG its new auditor, ending a 119-year relationship with PricewaterhouseCoopers amid a British regulatory investigation into the reporting of the bank’s accounts.
European victims of Bernard L. Madoff’s Ponzi scheme can’t directly sue custodian banks such as UBS, Luxembourg’s highest court said.
Rolls-Royce’s new chief executive, Warren East, has been forced to issue a profit warning on his second day in the job at the engine maker.
A guide to the next big turning points (that can already be predicted) in the rapidly unfolding crisis in Greece.
Greece delivered a landslide no vote to the eurozone’s terms for the country remaining in the single currency on Sunday night, unleashing a seismic political shift that could derail the European project.
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How far will financial markets fall on Monday morning? Expect to see the leading European share index plunge 10% initially in the event of a no vote, Goldman Sachs predicted at the end of last week.
Royal Bank of Scotland has been warned in a US court that it could face a $13bn (£8.3bn) bill in a case making allegations about its behaviour before the 2008 crisis.
A secret London vault, which can store more than $80bn (£57bn) in gold bullion, is being sold by Barclays to China’s ICBC Standard bank for an undisclosed sum.
Bank of England Deputy Governor Andrew Bailey is having “daily” conversations with British banks to chalk out coping mechanisms in the face of a Brexit.
Jacksonville in Florida and Warsaw in Poland are now likely job destinations