Morgan Stanley Said to Relocate 80 Jobs to Paris After Brexit
Deutsche Bank's Schenck Calls for Clarity on Brexit Transition
Christian Bittar, a math whiz who earned a near 90 million-pound bonus in 2008 alone, is now in prison.
Gender pay gap widens to 72% for discretionary bonuses, another stark example of the entrenched gender inequality.
The gap will widen to 60 percent this year, Britain’s biggest bank said in a report.
Virgin's Ghadia Is Outraged by Firms Adjusting Gender Pay Data
His comments come as investors worry over the effect of central banks raising interest rates and rising inflation.
Deloitte, PwC and EY Cave to Pressure on U.K. Gender Pay Gap
U.K. Lawmakers Say Professional Firms Understate Gender Pay Gaps
May's Brexit Vision for U.K. Business From Banking to Drugmakers
Goldman Sachs, SocGen Said to Submit Commerzbank Unit Bids
Barclays Plc pays its female investment bankers just under half as much as male colleagues on average.
RBS's Female Employees Paid 37% Less on Average Than Men
Bank Brexodus Gets Closer as Deutsche Bank Relocates Booking
Dalio Will Lose on European Bank `Big Short,' Algebris CEO Says
HSBC Says Swiss Bank Tax Probe Could Cost More Than $1.5 Billion
U.K. Lawmaker Says 33 Firms Yet to Sign Women in Finance Charter
Good news, Wall Street: Your traders are trading again.
Nomura Said to Hire Brevan's Mohideen, Once Fired Amid Libor
Morgan Stanley Boosts Dublin, Frankfurt, Paris Offices on Brexit
Barclays Plc, Citigroup Inc. and the Carlyle Group fret financial markets are becoming complacent.