Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters, on his first day in the job, pledged to eliminate 'waste and excess' at the bank, while boosting capital.
Goldman Sachs is cutting at least three banker jobs at its wealth-management business in Brazil as part of a restructuring, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter.
So, marks out of 10, what would you award the UK and Hong Kong for “long-term stability”? We Brits win that one, surely, if we’re talking political stability: possible exit from the EU looks more comfortable than having the Chinese Communist party breathing down your neck.
Here's why Sen. Elizabeth Warren's criticism of SEC chair Mary Jo White is just plain wrong, says Harvard Professor Hal S. Scott.
Shares of China National Nuclear Power (CNNPC), a unit of one of the country's two state nuclear reactor builders, rocketed by 44 percent in its debut on the Shanghai Stock Exchange on Wednesday.
Drip, drip, drip.
'We recognize that the world has changed and we need to change with it'.
When the two executives who lead Deutsche Bank unexpectedly announced their resignations on Sunday, pressure from angry shareholders was widely seen as the chief factor.
The Justice Department is looking into possible fraudulent manipulation of the $12.5tril Treasurys market, The New York Post has learned.
UBS plans to transfer assets and operations into a new Swiss unit on June 14 to meet regulatory demands to make the company easier to break up in a crisis.
Perhaps feeling the chill of a shareholder spring in the air, the chairman of RBS has urged those present at Wednesday's AGM to put the bank's performance into context.
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Tom Hayes has instructed solicitor Karen Todner to lead the next stage in his appeal, it was announced today, as he turns to crowdfunding to raise his legal fees.