Forex scandals are rare, considering the size of the business.
Enthusiasts for a Caribbean free trade zone see an opportunity to boost the region's economies.
Iran is finding it difficult to cope with high levels of unemployment in a youthful population.
Goldman Sachs is struggling to reassure other brokers that they have nothing to fear from its plans to turn proprietary platform RediPlus into a multi-broker trading system.
Hedge fund Phylon's launch was ill-timed, but its partners' application of emerging market experience to European equities has impressed investors.
KfW's platform to securitize portfolios of loans to SMEs in Germany has broadened opportunities for the banks involved.
The world's largest steel company's M&A team is as big as an investment bank's steel sector corporate finance division.
Through his creation, 21i.net, entrepreneur Fritz Kaiser is hoping to bring together the leading wealth management service providers in the world as a type of one-stop shop.
With just over a year left before they lose the state guarantees that they rely upon for cheap financing, several German Landesbanken still do not have a clear strategy.
Latin American bond markets have maintained unexpected buoyancy so far this year.
Selling off Germany's autobahns and lamp posts are two of the more bizarre proposals of a government desperate to raise cash to bail out an ailing economy.
Portuguese banks have come smoothly through the recent slump.