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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 Frenchman is finding his best form again after a serious knee injury.
West Ham United currently sit in 16th position in the Premier League table.
Your enjoyment of former pop-punk trio Busted’s first album in 13 years depends on how you feel about returning hero Charlie Simpson’s voice.
Crystal Palace are braced to be without their player of the year, Wilfried Zaha, for up to five weeks in the new year after the twice-capped England international expressed his intention to declare for Ivory Coast before the Africa Cup of Nations.
The strain of sluggish consumer spending and rising wages hit profits and dented the optimism of the UK’s services sector in November, according to the Confederation of British Industry.
The boss of the Institute of Directors will on Monday warn top bosses that the vote for Brexit and the election of Donald Trump will result in greater scrutiny of boardroom behaviour and executive pay.