Libor rigging was commonplace at UBS and was as easy as offering colleagues a bar of chocolate, Tom Hayes said in a nine-year-old Internet message shown to jurors at his criminal trial.
The finance chief at Fortelus Capital Management got an alarming phone call just as he was getting ready to leave work on a Friday.
HSBC’s head of European equities, David Long, has left just nine months after joining the lender’s securities unit, according to two people with knowledge of his departure.
UBS and Morgan Stanley increased the assets they manage for the world’s wealthiest people to more than $2tril for the first time, according to a study.
A former Commerzbank executive avoided further prison time on Tuesday after cooperating in an investigation of the bank's role in an accounting fraud at Olympus.
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John McFarlane has a fearsome reputation for shaking up companies soon after he joins them.
Jon Corzine and other former MF Global Holdings officials have reached a $64.5m settlement of litigation brought by investors seeking to hold them liable for the now-defunct futures brokerage's 2011 bankruptcy.
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group plans to hire about a dozen bankers for initial public offerings, a move that could challenge Nomura's stronghold as the biggest manager of debut share sales in Japan.
JPMorgan will create 1,000 jobs and retain over 2,600 workers in Jersey City, and invest more than $76m in New Jersey under a state tax credit program.
Douglas Morton, a former co-head of Asia corporate finance at Deutsche Bank, is suing the firm for $17m in a wrongful dismissal claim filed with Hong Kong’s labor tribunal.
London's status as the world's financial technology – or fintech – hub could be under threat should a Brexit occur, lawyers, venture capitalists and start-ups have warned CNBC.
The blue-chip FTSE 100 index could fall to lows not seen since 2011 if the UK votes to quit the EU, UBS analysts have warned.