The speculation that Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein might be stepping down before too long is again mounting. And Goldman-watchers are having a field day trying to work out who will eventually replace him.
Performance Consultants Brendan Wood International today released the quarterly results of its 'TopGun' investment banking review of the world’s most ‘deal-active’ corporations.
By Roddy Boyd
James Harris 'Jim' Simons (born 1938) is an American hedge fund manager, mathematician, and philanthropist.
Joseph Vincent Battipaglia, a well-known and respected Wall Street strategist, passed away suddenly Thursday. He was 55.
New York – Citigroup Inc. has reported first quarter 2011 net income of $3.0 billion, or $0.10 per diluted share. Net income declined $1.4 billion from the first quarter 2010, but more than doubled sequentially.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Germany's WestLB, which almost collapsed during the financial crisis 'has accepted European Union demands that it reduce its balance sheet and operations, with the lender expected to cut 80%' of its 5,000 staff.
London - The Fulham Chronicle reports that Tom Wilson, a broker over at Numis Securities, turned hero earlier this month when he saved the life of a suicidal man who had jumped into the River Thames at Hammersmith to end it all.
Bank of America's first-quarter earnings were out Friday, and although the bank posted its first profit in three quarters, Q1 earnings fell 36% to $2.05bn on the same period last year.
The Annual Global Accelus Survey by Thomson Reuters GRC polled more than two thousand senior governance professionals, compliance officers and legal counsel who manage risk everyday for their companies, and survey data indicate that today’s rigid regulatory environment may be stifling economic growth.