The US bank's London office pays its managing directors a median £919,463
Former Deutsche Bank boss given four-and-a-half years for insider trading; TalkTalk profits halve on cyber-attack costs; No charges over RBS near collapse
After a four-month trial, only two of five defendants in Britain’s most profitable insider-trading case were found guilty.
UBS shares have tumbled about 15% this year, while Credit Suisse has lost 33%
Banking stocks have lost around a quarter of their value since the start of the year
Shares in Germany's biggest bank have plummeted to 30-year lows this week
Bank and insurer issue statements to soothe investor nerves amid mayhem on markets
The new strategy was unveiled by co-chief executive John Cryan as part of the German bank’s third quarter results.
Government sells further 1% stake in Lloyds; Women now make up 25% of UK’s top companies; British house price growth accelerated this month
The House of Lords to vote on the government's tax credits legislation; Royal Bank of Scotland became the world’s first bank to adopt Facebook at Work; Toyota sold 7.49 million cars
The bank is already looking at cutting around 8,000 staff and will shed the full 15,000-strong workforce at Deutsche Postbank when it sells
US Volkswagen chief admits he knew of emissions problem in 2014; Deutsche Bank warns of large loss; The Bank of England interest rate decision is coming at 12 pm UK time
Istanbul aggressively increased its overnight lending rate to 12% from 7.75%