Bloomberg reports that Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Co. President Fumiyuki Akikusa is expected to resign following the revelation that the joint 6,900-person joint investment banking venture made a loss of $1.7bn for the year ended 31st March.
Forbes has compiled its latest Global 2000 list by screening Interactive Data, Thomson Reuters Fundamentals and Worldscope databases via FactSet Research Systems for companies that were publicly trading as of March 11, 2011.
Source - Thomson Reuters via The New York Times.
John Alfred Paulson is the founder and president of Paulson & Co., a New York-based hedge fund.
The UK government's Committee of Public Accounts has published a report which, on the basis of evidence from HM Treasury, examines the progress on repaying taxpayer support and maintenance of financial stability.
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'Idling' is not a word you often hear in the same sentence with Goldman Sachs, but one analyst thinks that's just where the firm is right now.
The clash of cultures between Charlotte and New York over at Bank of America can perhaps be best illustrated by these couple of quick quotes from CNBC.
The Financial Times reports that Citigroup has 'shaken up' its equities management ranks, promoting Mike Pringle to global head of trading, while Adrian Faure will take up a new role as global head of emerging markets, based in Hong Kong.
European fund manager FTC Capital has sued 12 firms for alleged manipulation of LIBOR, the London Inter-Bank Offered Rate between 2006 - 2009.
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Richard Mellon Scaife, the billionaire heir to the Mellon banking and oil fortune and a newspaper publisher who funded libertarian and conservative causes and various projects to discredit President Bill Clinton, has died. He was 82.