Comings and goings in the City and beyond in the week of November 27
The former leader of Ukip hints at a reappearance if the government does not deliver on a deal
UBS chief’s spat with Paul Tucker has opened up a new debate about City remuneration
Dizzying trading in bitcoin fed the bubble argument, but now that Nasdaq is the third Wall Street player to say it is designing a financial instrument around it, banks may be forced to reassess cryptocurrencies.
The former heads of the House and Senate banking committees argued Thursday that the Dodd-Frank Act clearly intended to allow the CFPB’s deputy director to serve as acting director after the full-time head of the agency departed.
Contest to succeed Goldman Sachs head is one of the most keenly watched in finance
Introducing limits on federally guaranteed loans to graduate students, instead of letting them borrow whatever schools charge, would create a multibillion-dollar opportunity for private lenders.
Numerous business sectors are urging lawmakers to act quickly to extend the National Flood Insurance Program before a crucial deadline next week.
Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Wis., and Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., drafted legislation that would set pay for CFPB employees in line with the federal government’s pay scale known as the general schedule.