Hillary Clinton may be the next US president. Theresa May is likely to be the UK prime minister. Beyonce's prophecy that girls "Rule the World" may be coming true.
UBS, the world’s biggest manager of money for rich people, imposed a partial hiring freeze at its wealth-management business as part of efforts to cut costs, said two people with knowledge of the matter.
When U.S. banks post second-quarter results in days, it’ll boil down to this: Bonus cuts are coming for just about everyone this year, says Wall Street recruiter Richard Lipstein. “If you are break-even, it’s an achievement.”
BANKS and financial services companies wishing to relocate their workforce from UK to another European city in the wake of Brexit and a potential loss of passporting rights will face costs as high as £50,000 per employee, according to New York-based consulting firm Synechron.
More than 70 banks and other City firms have agreed to link their bosses’ bonuses to the appointment of women to senior jobs in a push to break with male-dominated executive teams.
Unicorns, privately held companies valued at $1 billion or more, are now receiving the lion's share of venture capital invested, a new report reveals.
U.S. Bancorp catapulted its business selling investment-grade corporate bonds up league tables faster than any major rival since the financial crisis, jumping 49 rungs to rank No. 15 this year. That’s just the start of its aspirations in capital markets.
The FTSE 100 index burst into bull market territory after Theresa May emerged as successor to David Cameron, providing a further boost to surging stocks on both sides of the Atlantic.
The Frenchman finished trophy-less after a season of such promise.