The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether Deutsche Bank inflated the value of securities in its mortgage-bond trading business and masked losses around 2013, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Liverpool reached two cup finals this season, but Jurgen Klopp could get more time working with his players.
The luxury residence of Mark Zuckerberg is set for an overhaul, with plans to downsize surrounding houses amid concerns of privacy on the part of the Facebook CEO.
UBS Chairman Axel Weber warned on Tuesday that the beleaguered European banking sector was still facing many challenges, particularly on the regulatory and capital front, and that the European Central Bank (ECB) was likely to wait and see how its policies do before changing course.
Robert Grillo, the former head of fixed-income electronic sales at Bank of America, has joined startup Treasuries trading platform OpenDoor Trading as president.
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman sounded a positive note about the Wall Street bank’s business, telling investors to “stay tuned” for better performance as markets recover.
Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan said his bank has never had more capital and could easily repay its debt many times over, responding to a credit-rating cut by Moody’s Investors Service.
Mark Warburton has brought Joey Barton to Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers on a two-year contract.
A US appeals court on Monday reinstated a civil lawsuit accusing 16 major banks of conspiring to manipulate the Libor benchmark interest rate. The ruling, which overturns a 2013 decision, could bankrupt the institutions, the judges warned.
Instinet Incorporated have appointed of Mark Govoni as President of Instinet's U.S. brokerage subsidiary, effective immediately. In this role, Govoni is responsible for leading and growing Instinet’s client businesses in the Americas.