The chief executive of Shell earned €24.2m (£19.5m) last year to become the second-highest paid boss in the FTSE 100.
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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.
The average Wall Street bonus rose 2 percent to $172,860 last year as the securities industry added jobs for the first time since 2011, the New York state comptroller's office said Wednesday.
“For the good of his own reputation as well as that of his institution and British banking, Mr Flint should go.”
The U.S. operations of Germany's and Spain's largest banks had their knuckles rapped by the U.S. Federal Reserve late Wednesday.
Incoming Credit Suisse boss Tidjane Thiam is expected to focus on private banking in Asia while aggressively cutting jobs at its investment bank, as he aims to repeat the success in the region of his old employer, Prudential.
General Electric is considering making major changes to its GE Capital unit, including cutting its lending business, Dow Jones reported.
A power woman on Wall Street gives up her job as a stockbroker and portfolio manager to open a cooking school.
Standard Chartered would risk a staff exodus if it cut bonuses, Chairman John Peace said on Wednesday, responding to investor anger over high pay when the bank's shares have tumbled and there will be no final dividend for 2015.
The Scottish economy is growing at a far slower rate than the UK as a whole, with the North Sea oil slump leading to a fall in GDP last year, the latest data shows.