Don’t lie about debt prices or you could end up in jail. And if you’ve already lied, watch out.
Commodity broker ED&F Man Holdings has hired a group of fixed-income traders who left Interactive Brokers Group last year, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
China's craze for bitcoins has been well-documented over the past year, but a new report highlights just how dominant of a player the country is.
Recent speeches by Bank of England policymakers have focused on the power of the central bank to influence inflation.
U.S. officials say Commerzbank carried out transactions with U.S.-sanctioned entities in Iran and Sudan.
Retail tycoon Sir Philip Green has finally washed his hands of BHS, selling the troubled fashion and homewares chain to a little-known group of City investors for a token £1.
The chief executive of Shell earned €24.2m (£19.5m) last year to become the second-highest paid boss in the FTSE 100.
You might be surprised.
The 'stress' is far from over for Brian Moynihan.
A former Royal Bank of Scotland trader pleaded guilty to a fraud scheme in a new thread of the U.S. government’s probe of the securitized debt market.
In these days of psychometric profiling, assessment centres and all the other sophisticated methods now at the disposal of firms to identify what makes a critical hire, there are also several alternative means by which to identify that perfect new recruit.
JPMorgan Chase shareholders are proposing the firm consider requiring an independent chairman, and they asked the bank to review whether divesting non-core businesses would improve returns.
One of five former Barclays traders accused of rigging benchmark interest rates told regulators that his bosses, including the investment bank’s chief operating officer Mike Bagguley, must have known about the manipulation, U.K. fraud prosecutors said at a London trial.