Three years ago, in the shadow of the financial crisis, some of the biggest banks on Wall Street slipped into the U.S. government’s cross hairs.
UBS has overtaken Bank of America Corp. to top a ranking of the world’s biggest wealth managers compiled by Scorpio Partnership.
When George Osborne really wants to hire someone he has shown he is prepared to pay up.
Former SAC Capital Advisors fund manager Michael Steinberg asked the judge presiding over his insider-trading trial to question potential jurors about what he described as an 'intense media storm' surrounding his case.
Only in New York, kids...
Libor might stand for the London interbank offered rate, but from next year the scandal-hit benchmark rate will be run by the body that runs the New York Stock Exchange in the latest attempt to clean up the City.
The European commission is to unveil controversial draft legislation on a European resolution authority charged with deciding the fate of troubled eurozone banks.
For the first time since the 2008 financial crisis the ratings agency Moody's regards the outlook for the banking sector as being on a stable footing.
Another brilliantly funny Tumblr - this one is dedicated to the authors inbox, covering "Genuine emails that people feel the need to send to all staff."
Mizuho International has announced the appointment of Mark Wheatcroft as Head of European Primary Debt Markets and member of the Executive Committee.