Five years after its implosion, Lehman Brothers, once the world's fourth largest bank, is still a giant corporation with roughly 300 employees working full-time in offices all over the world.
Nomura has announced that Anthony DiClemente and M. Ian Somaiya will join the firm as Managing Directors and senior analysts covering the U.S. media & internet and U.S. biotechnology sectors respectively.
BMO Capital Markets has further bolstered the firm's equity sales and trading platform.
Piper Jaffray has announced the addition of Greg O’Stean as a senior vice president within the hospitality group.
Deutsche Bank has announced it hired Jason Sheller as the Head of Sales for Fund Services in the Americas, within its Global Transaction Banking division.
Morgan Stanley may be losing its tech luster.
Jefferies said Tuesday that profit plunged 83% in the fiscal third quarter as trading revenue fell to the lowest since the depths of the financial crisis.
JPMorgan Chase braces itself for a big fine.
Nearly one in eight of the world's workers believe they will never be able to afford to retire fully while millions of people are not financially prepared for life after work, according to international research by HSBC.
October brought an 8.4 percent rally in the S&P. Yet some major money managers may have struggled to even come close to those levels.
ABN Amro is marketing itself to potential investors in its initial public offering at a value of about $17.5bn, according to three people familiar with the matter.
Wall Street’s newest recruits are bolting for the 'bulge'.