The latest “Bank on Your People” survey, investigating the state of employee wellbeing in the financial sector has just been released and the findings are very interesting.
Who knew what - and when ?
The chief executive of Thorntons has resigned after a difficult few months in which the chocolate maker issued a pre-Christmas profit warning and suffered a fall in orders from supermarkets.
Hail to the King!
More than one-third of employers around the world are experiencing difficulty filling job positions, global employment consultancy Manpower reported on Monday.
The UK’s banks have been told by the Bank of England that they need to rewrite the employment contracts of hundreds of staff receiving top-up payments alongside their salaries because of the European Union’s bonus cap.
Three former UBS executives urged a U.S. appeals court on Friday to reverse their convictions for conspiring to deceive U.S. cities and towns by rigging bids to invest municipal bond proceeds.
The co-chief executives of Deutsche Bank ruled out stepping down despite criticism from investors over a series of fines and legal problems that have hit the bank, in an interview published in a German newspaper.
When Lynn, a transgender woman, contacted her bank to ask them to change her prefix on future correspondence from Mr to Ms, she was surprised at their response.
MPs have lambasted Sir Philip Green for the demise of BHS, accusing him of being an “unscrupulous chancer” and of overseeing “wealth extraction rather than wealth creation”.
JPMorgan and Citigroup offer shareholders higher returns under their current structures than if they were split into smaller pieces, according to Jeff Harte, an analyst at Sandler O’Neill & Partners LP.
When star bond manager Doug Swanson took a leave from JPMorgan in October, the bank called it temporary. But he’s not returning, nor are a half dozen other key employees who have left recently.