Around 21% of U.S. executives or senior officials at Goldman Sachs are women, according to statistics published Thursday as part of the bank's annual Environmental, Social and Governance Report.
Wall Street bank chiefs have vilified the profit-crushing markets that opened 2016 as “challenging” and “exceptionally violent and turbulent.” Trading revenue plunged. Job cuts ensued.
West Ham United beat Manchester United 3-2 in their latest outing.
Danny Mills thinks Roberto Martinez and Rafael Benitez could swap roles this summer.
Sunderland narrowly avoided relegation this season after completing their own great escape.
Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores has been touted as a possible replacement for Steve Evans at Leeds United.
The midfielder has become a key player for QPR in recent months.
Goldman Sachs is hosting its first ever leveraged finance conference next week as the Wall Street bank tries to strengthen its position in debt underwriting and looks for new avenues of growth.
Citigroup disbanded a team of traders who used the bank’s own money to make bets in U.S. Treasury and agency bond markets, according to a person briefed on the move.
HSBC is hiring 175 people for the financial-crime compliance team at its soon-to-be ring-fenced U.K. consumer bank, according to people familiar with the plan.
Geneva prosecutors are widening their probe into Credit Suisse and one of its ex-wealth managers, identifying another three former employees as suspects in a case looking into unauthorized trades on the accounts of rich eastern Europeans, according to two people familiar with the investigation.
Deutsche Bank said it didn’t breach any rules in Italy, following media reports that five former executives of the lender are being probed over alleged market manipulation.
Royal Bank of Scotland has been accused of misleading a property tycoon into taking out an interest rate swap which allegedly forced his firm into financial distress, then “bullying” him when he questioned the bank’s actions.