Reuters reports that Goldman Sachs has promoted from within and named Mark Sorrell, 37, and Anthony Gutman, 36, to become heads of UK investment banking in succession to Julian Metherell, who recently left the firm to go work at former BP CEO Tony Hayward's planned $1.6bn global energy fund.
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Here's something sent in by one of our readers.
Yes, it's official. Everyone's now totally turned off hearing about Goldman Sachs.
Jesse Lauriston Livermore (July 26, 1877 - November 28, 1940), also known as the Boy Plunger and 'Great Bear of Wall Street', was an early 20th century stock trader. He was famed for making and losing several multi-million dollar fortunes and short selling during the stock market crashes in 1907 and 1929.
Here's the latest from our Highly Placed Professional.
Hell, I'm no apologist for former Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) CEO Sir Fred Goodwin, but I kind of understand why he would want details of his alleged affair with a subordinate at the bank covered up, and secured a 'super-injunction' (now lifted) to keep the lid on it.
Here's this week's Thomson Reuters Investment Banking Scorecard.
The Bank of England (the Bank) and the Financial Services Authority (FSA) have published a joint paper The Bank of England, Prudential Regulation Authority - Our approach to banking supervision setting out the current thinking on how the future Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) will approach the supervision of banks, building societies, credit unions and investment firms.