It's been a month since the first mention of reports that Deutsche Bank would have to stump up $14 billion to settle with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
JPMorgan is in talks to sell its stake in a Chinese investment-banking joint venture, a sign that foreign banks are getting frustrated with partnerships they can’t control.
French banks are weathering the negative interest rate storm better than their Eurozone rivals, thanks to healthier balance sheets and more sustainable business models.
Ideas for a regional visa system have been set out by the local authority for London’s financial district in an attempt to avoid staff shortages after the vote to leave the EU.
Artificial intelligence will be "nearly as momentous" as the advent of the internet, if not as important, said George Lee, co-chairman of the global technology, media and telecom group at Goldman Sachs .
US bank Citigroup would relocate almost 1,000 jobs outside of the UK if the government is unable to secure passporting for financial services.
The lack of transformative mergers and acquisitions in 2016 may be due to increased caution among corporate boards, said a bank executive.
Man Group has this morning revealed details of a proposed $100m (£81.5m) share buyback.
HSBC has completed the scaling back of its scandal-hit private banking operation by pulling out of Monaco.
I do not believe there is some fantasy world out there that if Britain leaves the EU we can somehow be economically better off.”
Germany would welcome a smaller Deutsche Bank as a way to reduce the lender’s capital requirements, three government officials said.
New York state has paid hedge fund managers $1 billion in fees during the past eight years with little to show for it, officials charged on Monday.
The ultimate winner if Brexit forces banks to flee London may lie 3,500 miles away, far beyond the borders of Europe.
Bank of America reported its best third quarter for fixed-income trading in five years, becoming the third major U.S. bank to blow past analysts’ estimates for the business.
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Banks could start making decisions to move assets out of the UK as early as the end of 2017 if there is no deal in place to maintain their rights to sell services freely across the European Union, a leading thinktank has warned.
Bank of America on Monday reported third-quarter earnings that beat on both the top and bottom line, the first rise in profit in three quarters helped by strong bond trading revenue. Shares rose in premarket trade.
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Italian bank Monte dei Paschi is planning to cut 2,600 jobs and close 500 branches as part of rescue plans aimed at building a "de-risked and well-capitalised bank".
The new head of the Financial Conduct Authority is being urged to remain independent from politicians and instigate change at the City regulator amid fears that rules introduced since the 2008 crisis are being watered down.