Deutsche Bank is assessing ways to adjust the securities business to a slump in trading volumes with no rebound in sight, Chief Executive Officer John Cryan said.
Investment bank Macquarie plans to cut about 30 jobs at its equities division in Asia after a slump in trading volumes that prompted other firms to pare back, a person familiar with the matter said.
HSBC has named former UBS banker Andre Cronje as chief operating officer for its global banking and markets division, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters on Tuesday.
“The biggest company you’ve never heard of” is a label regularly bandied around but is well-deserved by the global trading firm with a name more suited to a household cleaning product: Vitol.
Aston Villa have reportedly got their man in Roberto di Matteo.
The forthcoming EU referendum is weighing heavily on the London luxury property market, prompting buyers and sellers to postpone decisions until after the 23 June vote, according to the estate agent Knight Frank.
Nomura has announced plans to establish a new Asia Infrastructure Project Office to expand and develop its Asia platform.
Leeds United parted ways with Steve Evans yesterday.
Sheffield Wednesday linked with a new technical director.
FA Cup replays will be dropped for the quarter-finals next season after plans for the competition were approved on Thursday.
MPs investigating controversial business practices at Sports Direct have told its founder, Mike Ashley, they will not visit the company’s headquarters before next month’s select committee hearing and made it clear they still expect him to show up at Westminster.
A Portuguese-backed consortium is closing in on a deal to rescue BHS and its 11,000 employees.