Deutsche Bank, which runs Europe’s biggest investment bank, remains 'unreservedly' committed to its securities-trading business even as it trims its focus to about a third of customers at the unit, said co-CEO John Cryan.
Credit Suisse has hired Tom Klein from larger rival UBS to oversee capital and liquidity management for the bank’s trading unit, according to two people briefed on the matter.
Switzerland's third-largest listed bank said net new money growth fell short of targets.
Wall Street strategists said Wednesday there are still gains to be found in equity markets, even as Goldman Sachs said it no longer saw a reason to own stocks.
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'This year and going forward there is going to be a fair amount of more job cuts'.
'The need for a comprehensive and surgical assessment of business lines and client coverage continues'.
Deutsche Bank investors expressed their frustration with management at the company’s annual meeting a year ago. Weeks later, co-Chief Executive Officer Anshu Jain was gone.
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UBS doubled the number of quants working for Chief Investment Officer Mark Haefele in the past two years. He wants to hire even more.
Pimco co-founder Bill Gross says his former firm has grown so unreasonable after a falling out over an unpaid bonus that it’s trying to force his attorneys to defy the realities of global travel.
HSBC’s vice-chairman of global banking and markets Spencer Lake is leaving the firm after being sidelined in a reorganization of the investment bank earlier this year.