Investment banking

For the latest news and analysis on the banking industry including M&A league tables

Deutsche rejects claim Jain lobbied for traders’ €130m bonus

BaFin report takes comments out of context, says bank

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An interactive guide to this quarter’s global mergers and acquisitions activity and the deals and dealmakers involved

Essential banks need sturdy ringfence

Complaints often come from people linked to the industry

UK to sell Green Investment Bank stake

Plans to be revealed by business secretary on Thursday

Barclays appoints JPMorgan as broker

End of 4-year relationship with Swiss bank

Deloitte hires BNP banker in advice push

Professional services firms try to diversify services

Special Reports

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Switzerland, strategies, competition, crisis fallout, technology, emerging markets, recruitment, consolidation

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Insight into M&A in the technology, media and tele-communications sector

Wall Street pays tribute to Jimmy Lee

Bankers and chief executives gather at St Patrick’s Cathedral

Barclays investment bank faces board test

Underperforming division to face questions at strategy meeting

Global banks fret over UK ringfencing law

Need to separate retail business is harder for global operators

Jimmy Lee, investment banker, 1952-2015

Wall Street dealmaker was among the first to ‘capture the power of the buyout’

Bank executives abandon share sale taboo

Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo top ranks of inside sellers

Bank watchdogs target high-profile cases

UK, US and Hong Kong authorities increase fines in 2014

Goldman Sachs pre-IPO fund raises $1bn

Fund taps private client enthusiasm for pre-flotation companies

Deutsche, stuck in middle of global finance

Jain and Fitschen personified the muddled sense of identity at the heart of the company

Stealth pays off at Wells investment arm

Household bank breaks new ground to become a top 10 fee-earner

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Wall St banks top London bonus league

European lenders increasingly cede market share to US rivals

Reaching for a better solution: smart beta aims to out-perform the index

Smart beta risks becoming crowded

Benefit of active tilt to passive investing will be lost as more investors join in

Deutsche bucks trend to little advantage

It remains a full-service European investment bank in an unfriendly climate

Regulator outlines scope of banking probe

FCA focus on choice and transparency in capital markets and M&A

Investment bank commodity revenues are dwindling

Revenues drop 28 per cent in Q1

Show remorse and bank bashing will slow

Admit publicly that you and your industry screwed up, writes Robert Jenkins

Picasso is not just a valuable abstract

The financial worth of any work of art remains as mysterious and unknowable as Mona Lisa’s smile

UBS stands by change to research report

Researchers made alteration, bank tells parliamentary inquiry

UBS’s Orcel has sights set on CEO roles

Investment banking leader content with his position

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Andrea Orcel, UBS: More dad-time

An era where bankers gamble less and see families more

Deutsche Bank strategy met with scepticism

Lack of detail in German lender’s five-year vision leaves analysts puzzled

Outdated ring fence will hurt City finance

Proposals for regulation of British banks are already overdue for repeal, writes Simon Samuels

Deutsche investment bank faces deep cuts

Management set to decide against total exit from retail operations

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Europe needs Deutsche Bank as its champion

The rules have been tightened, and rightly so. But one effect is to reinforce US hegemony

Goldman Sachs banker Sonia Pereiro-Mendez arrives with an unknown man at the Central London Employment Tribunal in London, after she claimed she was cheated out of millions of pounds in bonuses and subjected to sexist comments because she is a woman.

Female Goldman banker agrees settlement

Former executive director claims she was cheated in bonuses

Credit Suisse: checkout time

Brady Dougan’s bet may have paid off, but investors are still set for overhaul under Tidjane Thiam

Boutique banks: small is beautiful

Owners start to think about cashing in

Wall Street earnings signal end of malaise

Profits from Goldman and Citi boost hope of cyclical recovery

‘Dull work, flat pay and lousy colleagues’

Survey uncovers deep frustrations in financial services industry

BofA names investment banking chiefs

Group looks to US and Latin America for growth

Universal banking finds favour in China

Shift comes as traditional lending businesses slow

Wells Fargo in top 10 global fee earners

US bank grew faster than all rivals in first quarter

Macquarie to halve Asia banking jobs

Australian bank the latest to pare back operations in region

Rory Cullinan from RBS.
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Head of RBS’s investment bank resigns

Cullinan attracted attention after ‘boring meeting’ messages

Banks await volatility to boost FICC

A tough first quarter is expected for fixed income revenues

Wall St jobs up for first time since 2011

Traders and bankers enjoy higher bonuses despite fall in profits