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Goldman Sachs has fired an investment banker who allegedly accessed confidential information from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, his former employer. The FT reports.
Blackstone has reached out to its biggest fund clients about a new investment vehicle with a longer investment horizon than the typical 10-year fund.
The European Central Bank is likely to start buying government bonds in the first half of next year, a former member of the Bank told CNBC on Monday.
The Swiss National Bank faces the biggest test of its cap on the franc in two years.
The Fed needs to move more quickly with raising interest rates, a top Fed official said, as low inflation readings don't justify near zero rates.
In recruiting programmers from elite universities, Wall Street runs up against the idea that Silicon Valley is the technological promised land. NYT reports.
Hedge fund Third Point is considering launching a proxy contest at Dow Chemical after negotiations over board seats broke down on Thursday.
Aspiring M&A bankers hoping to bank the bucks should angle for a job at Credit Suisse or Deutsche Bank, according to a salary benchmarking site.
G4S was the center of market speculation after false a press release said the company needed to restate its accounts for 2013 and 2014.
JPMorgan's $13 billion settlement was a major disappointment for a few reasons, whistleblower Alayne Fleischmann says.
For banks at the center of the recent foreign exchange investigation, paying the $3.4 billion in fines might be the easy part.
JPMorgan whistleblower Alayne Fleischmann speaks to CNBC's Kayla Tausche, about her role in the U.S. government's case against JPMorgan over mortgage backed securities.
The U.S. Comptroller of the Currency has fined three big banks for unsound foreign exchange practices, CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports the details.
Regulators worked late to announce a multibillion-dollar settlement with five global banks to resolve charges of attempted currency manipulation.
Charles Dallara, Executive Vice Chairman at Partners Group, outlines what the Chinese central bank needs to do to clampdown on the country's fast-growing shadow banking woes.
The Financial Conduct Authority expected to settle charges of currency manipulation with 6 banks, in a deal worth upwards of $1.5 billion, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
Judith Rodin, Rockefeller Foundation, and Citigroup board member, shares her thoughts on what it will take to get the financial industry back on track.
The CFTC is planning to announce settlements against giant banks suspected of manipulating the foreign currency market. The NYT reports.
Judith Rodin, "The Resilience Dividend" author, shares insight from her new book on how companies are preparing for the next unexpected disaster.
Germany is home to Europe’s best-paid bank CEO, according to a ranking that shows little correlation between executive pay and shareholder returns.
The Fed has launched a review of how it oversees major banks after a series of critical reports.
SEC chair Mary Jo White discusses the lapse of oversight of banks in the U.S. and expresses the handling of market structure issues as a priority.
Sources told New York Daily News that the death of Citi banker Shawn Miller may have been a suicide.