Carlos Carvalhal has made a great start to life as Sheffield Wednesday manager.
Point72 Asset Management, the firm that oversees billionaire Steven A. Cohen’s wealth, is seeking more than 40 traders and analysts as it expands its London office.
Deutsche Bank’s Dario Schiraldi and James Dilworth are leaving the lender after co-Chief Executive Officer John Cryan broke up the firm’s asset and wealth management businesses, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
Julius Baer has dismissed one of its client advisers as part of its internal investigation into ties with world football's governing body FIFA, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
Guard Capital Management, the firm led by former Goldman Sachs trader Leland Lim, reopened its macro hedge fund to new investors this month after outperforming peers in 2015, said a person with knowledge of the matter.
Deutsche Bank, already troubled by lawsuits and official investigations, faces another challenge.
London based HSBC has had its expansion plans throughout Asia dashed by slowing economic growth in China and increased market volatility throughout the region, according to Moody's Investors Service.
The Banking Standards Board, established to bolster the reputation of the industry, has yet to issue any standards nine months after formally being created.
Next has called a meeting of shareholders to deal with an inadvertent infringement of UK company law over reporting the payment of dividends.
Parents who are worried their children could run away to join Islamic State are to get advice from a new government website. Nicky Morgan, the education secretary, is launching a series of measures to keep children safe from “the spell of twisted ideologies”.
Deutsche Bank has identified as much as $4bn in suspicious transactions related to its Russian operations, in addition to $6bn in so-called mirror trades it is examining, said several people with knowledge of the bank’s review of the matter.
Goldman Sachs named three senior bankers to its management committee as the firm replaced dealmakers who’ve left its top leadership group.
JPMorgan agreed to pay $150m to settle investor claims that it hid from them as much as $6.2bn in losses caused by a trader dubbed the London Whale.