The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is to start charging some of its top corporate clients to hold cash with the bank.
Wall Street banks were shooed away from putting their own money into private equity funds after the financial crisis.
House prices will fall next year as the economy weakens following the vote to leave the EU, Britain’s biggest estate agent has predicted.
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This former Lehman trader has never looked back since the company imploded.
'Job gains in the securities industry have been meager'.
Lloyd Blankfein says an expensive law degree may not be worth it — and there are numbers to back his claim.
Citigroup mortgage trader Anna Raytcheva, who most recently ran a trading desk that wagered the bank’s money, will leave the firm later this month.
Credit Suisse is accusing a group of five investment bankers who left for Jefferies Group in May of stealing confidential information and trying to coax former colleagues to join them.
Goldman Sachs filed a lawsuit on Thursday seeking to force a former managing director to arbitrate his claim for legal fees stemming from probes into his alleged use of confidential Federal Reserve documents.
Goldman Sachs’s retirement plan is pulling about $300m from Leon Cooperman’s Omega Advisors, marking the second time this year it’s cutting ties with a famous alum who ran afoul of U.S. authorities.
A U.S. judge has dismissed UBS as a defendant in a lawsuit accusing big banks of conspiring to fix silver prices and exploit price distortions at investors' expense.
The number of complaints lodged against financial services firms nudged down in the first six months of 2016 according to statistics released by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).