U.S. prosecutors have reopened investigations into Standard Chartered to determine whether the bank, which entered into a deferred prosecution agreement in 2012, withheld evidence of Iran sanctions violations, two people briefed on the matter said.
NEW YORK and TOKYO, 8 March 2011 - Jefferies today announced the appointment of Naomi A. Fink as Japan Equity Strategist, effective March 1.
It was our most popular Best Place to Work poll yet, with in excess of 210,000 votes cast overall.
Bloomberg is quoting Ellen Zentner, a senior economist at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ in New York, who blames current market chaos, in part, on the fall of Lehman Brothers: 'It's a collapse heard around the world. It's probably one of the worst decisions the Fed ever made - to save everybody else but Lehman'.
Here's a note of the latest 'Movers & Shakers'
32 teams have made the World Cup Finals in South Africa, and we were wondering what banks are most like the teams that have qualified.
Here's the latest on the 'movers and shakers' front.
John Mack's epitaph isn't likely to be a list of his many achievements working on Wall Street, but rather the memory of the time he told Tim Geithner, then President of the New York Fed (and now US Treasury Secretary) to 'get f*cked'.
39-year-old Kate Johns was jailed for 5 years in London Friday, after being found guilty of defrauding her employer, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, out of around $9.4m.
Here's the draw for the Second Round of our 2010 'Best Place to Work' in the global financial markets poll.