It's getting tougher out there.
Twenty-two Goldman Sachs partners left the firm or gave up its highest rank since August, including Jim Katzman, a banker who guided Botox maker Allergan’s $66bn sale to Actavis.
Uncertainty is the killer.
The chances of an early increase in US interest rates are fading fast after news that the world’s biggest economy came to a virtual standstill in the first three months of 2015.
Deutsche Bank is hiring Ed Reardon from JPMorgan to head U.S. commercial-mortgage bond research, according to a person with knowledge of the move.
A former trader convicted three years ago in an insider trading case has been ordered to serve additional prison time after failing to repay money obtained as a result of the trading, British regulators said on Tuesday.
The defence attorney for a former Goldman Sachs programmer accused of stealing the investment bank's high-frequency trading code has asked a Manhattan judge for a mistrial.
Citigroup cut CEO Michael Corbat’s 2014 compensation in part because he failed to stop traders from rigging the foreign-exchange markets, Chairman Michael O’Neill said.
Ryanair has been targeted by fraudsters who took out almost $5m (£3.25m) from its accounts through a Chinese bank.
A woman’s claims that she was assaulted by a former Goldman Sachs Managing Director are filled with inconsistencies that raise reasonable doubt about his guilt, a lawyer said at the end of a trial.
The new boss of Marks & Spencer has warned that his turnaround plans for its struggling clothing business will hit profits in the short term.
James “Jes” Staley, the chief executive officer of Barclays who took over last year after a long career at JPMorgan, said that European investment banks are losing control of their own markets to U.S. rivals as they shrink and struggle to make a profit.
UniCredit’s decision to replace CEO Federico Ghizzoni after almost six years at the helm paves the way for a strategy review that may include a capital increase and asset sales, according to analysts.