Am I the only one who is getting a bit sick of all this nonsense about Boris Johnson refusing to appear on the BBC's The Andrew Neil Interviews - Election 2019 ?
Credit Suisse has hired Dominique Leimer from UBS Group AG to head its private wealth unit in Saudi Arabia as the Zurich-based bank expands in the kingdom.
Don't be a loser this Christmas.
Here's a simple guide that will enable you to calculate your 2018 bonus. It works every time.
Instinet Incorporated has announced the appointment of Ralston Roberts as CEO of the firm.
On Thursday and Friday, the Frankfurt public prosecutor's office and the Federal Criminal Police Office searched several Deutsche Bank offices and questioned employees.
Much has been made about the initiative that Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has signed up to which bans advertisements of burgers, sweets and 'junk food' on the Tube. The problem is, however, that you could still find yourself on the Underground sitting next to someone who is ramming obese-inducing unhealthy food down their throat. And much of it smells so bad, it makes you retch.
It seems hardly a day goes by that we learn about another stabbing involving young people under the age of 25. Knife crime in general is on the up, particularly in London.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that Citibank N.A. has agreed to pay $38.7 million to settle charges of improper handling of “pre-released” American Depositary Receipts (ADRs).
Here's a league table of 30 of the biggest trading losses of all time (excluding CDO losses post 2007).
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan has been doing a Vikram Pandit - sending 'inspirational' memos to his staff.
Here's 7 interesting facts about headhunters and headhunting.
So British Prime Minister Theresa May apparently got the call from new US President Donald Trump (or his people called her people), and Theresa's off to see The Donald in Washington, probably as early as this week.
Former NJ Gov. Jon Corzine is expected to be in Manhattan federal court as soon as next week to testify in the upcoming trial of MF Global, the commodity brokerage firm he headed before its spectacular collapse crushed his once illustrious career.
Fidelity Investments has agreed to pay $8m to settle US Securities and Exchange Commission charges that several of its brokers received $1.6m in gifts over a period of years from clients who were allegedly hoping to do more business with the firm.
We're trying to find out who's got the longest job title in the financial markets.
In 1844, 23-year-old Henry Lehman, the son of a cattle merchant, emigrated to the United States from the town of Rimpar, in the German state of Bavaria. He settled in Montgomery, Alabama, where he opened a dry goods store, 'H. Lehman'. In 1847, following the arrival of Emanuel Lehman, the Firm became 'H. Lehman and Bro'. With the arrival of their youngest brother, Mayer Lehman, in 1850, the Firm changed its name again and 'Lehman Brothers' was founded.
We thought it would be interesting to republish something we first posted a few years ago about the impact of not making the grade at Partner Managing Director level over at Goldman Sachs.
Many of you will already have had one of these from your firm. If you haven't, expect something similar sometime soon.
Here's a trip down memory lane. The text of a memo sent to investment banking support staff over at DLJ in 1994.