Paris-headquartered asset manager Comgest has backed London with the launch of its first UK office in Mayfair.
Fund management giant Invesco today scooped up Intelliflo, a software business serving financial advisers, for around £200m, City A.M. understands.
Charly Musonda has started just three games for Celtic since arriving on loan from Chelsea in January.
The City must get its house in order over dirty Russian money filtering through the system, one of the rising stars of the Conservatives has said.
The financial services sector is rife with inefficiency.
Employers in financial services bucked the trend set by other professional sectors in March with a strong increase in the number of roles available, according to data to be published today.
London has been voted by finance professionals as the world's top financial centre for the first time since 2013, according to a report released Thursday.
Listening is an underrated skill.
The number of finance jobs due to be moved because of Brexit by March 2019 has shrunk substantially in the past six months, with fewer moves out of Britain now expected.
London has retained its top spot as the world’s leading financial centre, fending off stiff competition from New York and Asian cities, according to an authoritative study to be published today.
Deutsche Bank has moved almost half of its euro-clearing business from London to Frankfurt in one of the clearest signs of the impact Brexit is having on the City yet.
A former Royal Bank of Canada currency trader who was “put on the naughty step” and eventually fired after making repeated complaints about lapses in the lender’s compliance procedures won his London unfair-dismissal lawsuit.
The City has blasted the government's new blueprint for Brexit, after it was revealed the preferred model for financial services has been dropped.