A list no firm wants to be on!
For hedge fund portfolio managers, the difference between working at a top-performing fund and one that is a bottom-dweller is a cool $6m, recently released data reveals.
The administration of Lehman Brothers’ London arm may not end until 2022, some 14 years after the US investment bank imploded.
Geneva prosecutors have opened legal proceedings against a suspended Credit Suisse banker accused of violating his fiduciary duties in a case brought by wealthy Turkish families who say they lost $296m, SonntagsZeitung reported.
Overworked, underpaid equity analysts on Wall Street just got another reason to fret. The Eliot Spitzer-backed financial data service TipRanks is putting their performance under the microscope.
Wells Fargo faces a new U.S. lawsuit claiming that it funneled more than $3bn of employee retirement savings into expensive, underperforming proprietary mutual funds to enrich itself.
Oversea-Chinese Banking’s purchase of Barclays’ wealth-management units in Singapore and Hong Kong was priced at $227.5m, 29% below an initial estimate, after the amount of assets being transferred fell.
The wife of an ex-Barclays trader jailed for Libor-rigging offences has promised they will move forward with their lives after his request to appeal was turned down.
There are four critical habits and perspectives that separates leaders from losers.
The chairman of Nordea Bank said there’s little chance he’ll resume talks to merge with ABN Amro, and signaled no interest in buying shares in the bank from the Dutch government.
Those looking to explain what's set to be another bad year for hedge funds could do worse than blame their passion for tech stocks.
The UK’s vote for Brexit, Donald Trump’s US election win and a slowdown in Chinese economic growth are combining to create significant risks for the global banking sector, a leading ratings agency warned on Wednesday.
Labour rules make people difficult to fire.
A former investment banker has been arrested on suspicion of killing a high-end prostitute at a five star hotel before stuffing her corpse into a wine fridge.
'I am in a dark place'.
Citigroup hired JPMorgan’s Nicole Nunag as a managing director to expand its private-banking unit in the New York City area.
A Paris appeals court ruled that the suicide of a banker at HSBC’s French unit nearly a decade ago was “work-related” and triggered by a negative review during his annual evaluation.
If they're right, the average lifespan of 79 years will be a thing of the past, and humans could live for decades longer.
America First sounds just about right to one corner of Wall Street - at least when it comes to doing business.
Don't at any point display your exotic (or erotic) dancing skills.
Billionaire Steven A. Cohen's former hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors will pay $135m to settle a lawsuit by investors in the drugmaker Elan Corp, who said they lost money because of insider trading by one of his portfolio managers.
Wells Fargo’s most senior executives decided early this year to remove retail-banking chief Carrie Tolstedt from her post, months before she announced plans to retire and her division became the epicenter of a national scandal.
Goldman Sachs President and COO Gary Cohn has been weighing his future at the firm and has had discussions about leaving, Dow Jones reported Wednesday.