Bank of America’s Merrill Lynch has appointed Akihiko Manaka to lead its mergers and acquisitions advisory business in Japan.
While you might not know their names now, you will. They are five hedge fund stars of the future as identified by Institutional Investor.
The City watchdog warned on Friday that banks and building societies could mislead regulators about the risks they pose to the financial system without tougher rules forcing them to keep more reserves.
· Global DCM activity totals $3.3tril, up 5% compared to YTD 2013
Shareholders in Banco Espirito Santo were hoping to resolve concerns about the fate of the institution at an extraordinary general meeting on 31 July in Lisbon.
Soaring house prices are likely to outstrip pay rises for at least the next five years ad possibly for decades to come, the government's official forecaster has warned.
Former WH Smith boss Kate Swann enjoyed a bumper payday on Thursday as she collected £3.7m in cash from the sale of shares and a special bonus on the successful flotation of SSP, the company which runs shops and food outlets in airports and railway stations.
Tesco has raided Marks & Spencer for its new finance director, Alan Stewart, who will join the supermarket with a £1.7m golden hello.
Wells Fargo likely to report the strongest earnings among its peers this season, said FBR Capital Markets Managing Director Paul Miller.
Holmes Search has been named as Best Compliance Recruitment Firm 2014 by global financial website HITC for a record fourth year in a row.
Corporate bond sales in the U.S. from financial institutions are on track for their weakest January since 2012, despite more than $10bn in deals on Friday from Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo and Royal Bank of Canada.
At least six banks targeted in Switzerland’s investigation into Libor-rigging are in settlement talks with the country’s competition regulator, according to two people familiar with the negotiations, as the four-year probe moves closer to wrapping up.
Generous pay packets in the boardroom could be set to become a thing of the past, as a new report has found that fees for non-executive directors have grown at their slowest rate for more than 15 years.