A JPMorgan currency salesman became the latest banker to claim victory against his former employer after being fired in the wake of the foreign-exchange manipulation scandal, with a London tribunal ruling he was unfairly dismissed.
Banco Bradesco has named former executives of HSBC's local unit to new leadership positions as its acquisition of the business last month expands the investment-banking team 20%.
Boutique advisory firms now receive nearly half of all mergers and acquisition fees in Europe, stealing market share and top dealmakers from global investment banks hamstrung by a renewed focus on cost-cutting and regulations on how much they can pay.
Wall Street executives are freaking out under the strain of widespread money fraud.
Antonio Conte has thrown down the gauntlet to Diego Costa on the eve of Chelsea’s Premier League season opener at home to West Ham United on Monday night, telling him to concentrate on playing as a penalty box finisher and to score 30 goals.
London could bear the brunt of a post-Brexit vote downturn, according to economic indicators in the weeks since the EU referendum pointing to job cuts, falling house prices and a decline in business activity in the capital.
“When is it my fucking year?”
In the same way the statue of Christ the Redeemer dominates the Rio skyline so Michael Phelps now transcends his sport. It did not require one final gold medal in the 4x100 medley relay – his 23rd gold and 28th Olympic medal – to reinforce his status as the most decorated Olympian of all time but he delivered it anyway. The outstretched arms of Phelps will encourage swimmers to aim higher for as long as there is water on the surface of the earth.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) will become a name of the past for the majority of people across the UK, its chief executive said yesterday.
Deutsche Bank, the bank that’s retrenching from operations around the world, plans to hire several hundred workers for its operations in Florida.
Alex Polonsky was watching Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts lay into Wells Fargo’s chief executive, John Stumpf, on 20 September when he finally had enough.
A war of words has escalated between the supporters and detractors of troubled German lender Deutsche Bank.
A "superstar" Barclays trader fired amid the foreign-exchange market manipulation scandal lost his unfair dismissal case in London, three weeks after regulators banned him from the U.S. banking industry.