ExxonMobil is legally challenging a $2m fine from the US Treasury for allegedly violating sanctions against Russia in 2014 while US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was still overseeing the company.
Morgan Stanley is moving staff to Frankfurt in time for the March 2019 Brexit deadline.
The US bank, which already has 350 employees based in the city, will transfer some trading activities currently undertaken in London and create a further 150 to 250 jobs according to reports.
BNP Paribas is the latest in a long line of financial service companies to be penalised for misconduct during the financial crisis on both sides of the Atlantic.
Despite the country’s latest financial bailout, the outlook for Greek corporates over the next year is no better than mixed according to trade credit insurer Atradius.
A study by the London-based insurance market warns that economic losses could be similar to losses unleashed by Superstorm Sandy in 2012.
One in five countries is set to hit their highest government debt levels in 17 years predicts Fitch, although there has still been a dramatic improvement in sovereign credit.
Chief financial officers increasingly are taking on responsibility for their organisation’s customer experience, a job that has traditionally been that of the chief marketing officer.
Late payments were experienced by 64% of companies in 2016, a recent Coface report found.
Nearly one in five organisations now regularly use artificial intelligence, according to the latest reports.