The Wall Street Journal's 'Heard In The Street' column reports a London-based financial training provider has just updated the US edition of the 'Complete Investment Banker', which apparently tells you everything you'll need to know to get on in the industry (and more).
Traders were stunned Friday when the news started to circulate that Goldman Sachs had hired 70s white reggae and ska musician Judge Dread as an international advisor to the firm.
By Gretchen Morgenson and Joshua Rosner
No matter how Deutsche Bank's leaders try to play down the battle to succeed CEO Josef Ackermann, it just won't go away.
Libya's sovereign-wealth fund is said to have lost 98% of a $1.3bn investment in a series of (mostly) equity-related trades arranged by Goldman Sachs in 2008.
'Does it cause us a sense of concern ? I guess not to be honest, not'.
Here's a collection of some of Citiboy's most popular Here Is The City contributions.
Here's a quick collection of stories making the news this Friday.
Bloomberg reports that Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan has confirmed that the firm is still working through its Fannie and Freddie problems, despite already agreeing to pay $3bn to settle mortgage 'put back' claims.
Dow Jones Newswires reports that a confident Josef Ackermann, Deutsche Bank's CEO, told those attending his bank's annual meeting Thursday that he had 'the feeling' that it wouldn't be too long before Deutsche caught up with Goldman Sachs in the investment banking league tables.