Former SAC Capital Advisors LP manager Mathew Martoma, charged with trading on illicit tips on an Alzheimer’s drug, got some of his information from New Jersey physician Joel Ross, two people familiar with the matter said.
UBS Wealth Management Americas has announced that Jonathan Brooks has joined the firm as a Sales Director to support new business development initiatives in the equity compensation services division.
As healthcare reform continues to alter the employee benefits landscape, Wells Fargo Insurance continues to strengthen its national employee benefits division.
With investors anticipating the end of the Federal Reserve’s stimulus program, the biggest mutual fund in the world, Pimco’s Total Return Fund, took a $41bn hit over the past four months after losses and withdrawals, according to Morningstar.
For the next three weeks, Londoners and tourists will have the chance to marvel at the city’s latest attraction: a beam of light so hot it melted parts of a Jaguar sports car and sparked a fire at a local barber shop.
U.S. Accounts for Highest Percentage of M&A since 2004
JPMorgan Chase has decided to get out of the student loan business, after the bank concluded that competition from federal government programs and increased scrutiny from regulators had limited its ability to expand the business.
Diamonds never go out of style, but they are becoming much more expensive.
SAC Capital Advisors, the hedge-fund firm that’s facing federal insider-trading charges and a money-laundering lawsuit, is raising 2014 bonuses for its portfolio managers by 3.5% to help retain employees, a person with knowledge of the decision.
Evercore has announced that Matthew McAskin has joined the Firm's Investment Banking business as a Senior Managing Director in its Healthcare Group.