Verus Partners, the boutique firm that advised the Saudi Arabian government when it raised $10bn in loans this year, hired Yusuf Macun from HSBC to set up its operations in the Middle East.
Bank of America’s second-quarter trading revenue is on track to rise by “mid-single digits,” Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan said Thursday, following optimistic comments a day earlier from JPMorgan.
The Queens Park Rangers striker is set to star for Northern Ireland at Euro 2016.
Chris Davies will be Brendan Rodgers’s assistant manager at Celtic.
Morgan Stanley is wooing its investment bankers by introducing paid sabbaticals for newly-promoted vice-presidents and making earlier job offers to those at the start of their careers.
An ex-Barclays trader on trial for conspiring to rig Libor said he was "freaked out" by an internal interview in 2009 despite reassurances from his bosses that there was nothing wrong with influencing the rates submitted by colleagues.
Two former Deutsche Bank workers were indicted in the US yesterday evening on allegations of manipulating US dollar linked Libor.
A former JPMorgan trader who was indicted in relation to the London Whale’s losses became the latest banker to go to court over claims a U.K. regulator improperly identified him in a report about the scandal.
Ibrox side Rangers won't have a problem with Joey Barton, says the legendary John Brown.
The mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, has criticised the shadow home secretary, Andy Burnham, for making comments that were “ignorant and insensitive” towards local government leaders.
At the risk of sounding like a spoilsport, there has to be a possibility that Roy Hodgson’s decision to load five strikers into his Euro 2016 squad might ultimately be held against him if England’s tournament turns out to be as harrowing as when Kevin Keegan did the same in a different era.
This was not part of the script – the Republic of Ireland’s last friendly before Euro 2016 ended in a surprise defeat by Belarus.