BNY Mellon Investment Management appointed Olivier Cassin as head of institutional distribution, Europe.
The chairman of the influential Treasury select committee (TSC) Andrew Tyrie has urged the financial watchdog to publish its report on Royal Bank of Scotland’s treatment of financially distressed business customers.
Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay $38m to settle U.S. litigation over allegations it illegally conspired with other banks to fix silver prices at the expense of investors, according to court papers filed on Monday.
A one-time regulatory official at Lloyds Banking Group sued the bank over claims he was pushed out for blowing the whistle on corporate misconduct and suffered sex and disability discrimination.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that Ernst & Young LLP has agreed to pay more than $11.8m to settle charges related to failed audits of an oil services company that used deceptive income tax accounting to inflate earnings.
Is there a conspiracy to unsettle Mark Carney? The governor of the Bank of England sometimes sounds as if he thinks there is.
The former foreign secretary, William Hague, has been accused of attempting to undermine Bank of England governor Mark Carney after he warned that central bankers could lose their independence if they ignore public anger over low interest rates.
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PwC has become the latest big name to raise concerns about the implications of the technological revolution on inequality, economic growth and unemployment.
'It’s a very drastic step'.
Credit Suisse has hired Jason Wortendyke from rival Citigroup as co-head of its global diversified industrials, aerospace and defense investment banking group, according to an internal memo on Thursday reviewed by Reuters.
For Kurt Long, biking 300 miles for a fundraiser Richard Branson organized was a life-changing experience.
The hiring spree by the Russian bank comes against the backdrop of a broader retreat from U.S. investment banks in the region amid fierce competition.
When private equity firm Hellman & Friedman proposed a $3.4bn refinancing for Kronos, a workforce management company, you might think much of Wall Street would line up to handle the deal. Except it didn’t.
Shares of Deutsche Bank struggled for gains in New York trade Friday after a Dow Jones report, citing a source, that the German government has ruled out support for the bank if it were to issue new stock.
Deutsche Bank has seen some outflows from its wealth management division but the withdrawals were not significant, senior executives told Reuters, responding to concerns about the possible impact of a U.S. fine.
The British financial trader accused of manipulating the US stock markets on the day of an $800bn (£565bn) “flash crash” faces extradition within 28 days after being denied permission to appeal against the order.
Bank stocks rose on the back of stronger-than-expected quarterly results from three major U.S. banks.
JPMorgan CFO Marianne Lake said Friday that her bank is conducting a "deep dive" into potential cross-selling issues.
To the thousands of traders and salespeople who’ve lost their jobs since the financial crisis, Wall Street has a message: We’re doing OK without you.
Credit Suisse is reducing some jobs at its cash-equities business, a person with knowledge of the matter said, as the bank extends cuts to an area it previously earmarked for growth.
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