Who's been doing what so far this month.
UBS should consider splitting its investment bank from the wealth management and Swiss banking businesses, shareholder Knight Vinke Asset Management said.
No matter how hard you try, it appears workers will do their best to avert imminent unemployment.
Kareem Serageldin, the ex-global head of Credit Suisse’s structured credit trading business, pleaded not guilty to charges he led a 2007 scheme to mark up the value of debt securities to meet targets and boost year-end bonuses for his $5.35bn trading book.
On a cool late summer evening last year in London’s financial district, with the euro-zone crisis worsening and Greece tottering on the edge of default, Kweku Adoboli says he asked the three traders who worked with him at UBS’s exchange-traded funds desk to join him for a drink.
There's a lesson here somewhere.
It's very difficult to write about suicide because, as the Samaritans say, a fine line remains between sensitive, intelligent reporting and sensationalising the issue. This is pertinent today, as the name has now been released of the fourth financial services professional to have jumped to his death (last Thursday) from the roof terrace of a well-known London restaurant.
It's always good to share.
The Financial Times reports that BlackRock boss / co-founder Larry Fink is a phone friend of U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner.
German media report that Deutsche Bank AG has put at least five of its traders on indefinite leave as part of an effort to restore the company's ethical credibility.