The biggest shakeup of trading laws since the reforms of the 1990s is set to be unveiled in the budget on Wednesday.
Andrew Fastow, the former Chief Financial Officer of Enron was a speaker at Camp Alphaville, a conference hosted by the Financial Times' well-known finance blog Alphaville. Since leaving prison, he's been talking to business students about ethics in business.
There is something that Prince Alwaleed bin Talal of Saudi Arabia badly wants you to know: the exact amount of his wealth.
Nervous about the Chinese stock market? You should be.
Hopes of a truce between Athens and its creditors after the Greek referendum’s resounding rejection of the terms of the bailout were fading fast, as European leaders said the gap between the two sides had widened.
'(I was) either the stupidest fraudster ever because I wrote everything down or there was an element of me that genuinely didn't think about it'.
'Our investors have grown impatient given the pace at which we have moved.'
Commerzbank was sued by a director who said she was discriminated against in an environment more akin to a fraternity where she was isolated by discussions held in German, or at bars.
William Anderson, Goldman Sachs’s top activist defence banker, is leaving to join Evercore Partners, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
Russia’s biggest banks are scaling back their London investment banking ambitions as sanctions curb deal-making and deter clients from trading with them.
UK lenders have shunned the latest offer from the Bank of England for emergency liquidity ahead of the EU referendum, just two days before voters head to the polls.
Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam said hedge funds are wrong to assume that the bank will have to raise additional capital after the shares touched a fresh all-time low last week, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
JPMorgan has promoted Lori Beer to chief information officer for corporate and investment banking, replacing Mark Ashton-Rigby who left recently for Barclays.