Anger is growing over the findings of UK securities regulator The Financial Services Authority's (FSA) report into the meltdown of The Royal Bank Of Scotland.
Billionaire investor Michael Price told Bloomberg TV that Goldman Sachs could trade at $250-a-share if the firm was split into three parts.
Richard Handler is one of the longest serving CEOs in investment banking - he has been CEO of Jefferies & Co since 2000 (he is also Chairman and President).
UBS has announced that the Board of Directors has appointed Tom Naratil as Group Chief Financial Officer and member of the Group Executive Board, with effect from June 1, 2011, and Sergio Ermotti as Chairman and CEO of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and member of the Group Executive Board, with effect from April 1, 2011.
Bloomberg reports that as Bank of America heads for its best year in Asia-Pac M&A since 2005, Jayanti Bajpai, the co-head of Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Asia-Pacific unit, has reflected on how things were during the dark days when he first took over in early 2009.
The Economist has an interesting article out about Morgan Stanley.
Irving Picard, the trustee for the liquidation for Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC, announced Thursday the filing of a complaint in the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York against JPMorgan Chase.
UK securities regulator The Financial Services Authority has completed its investigation into the meltdown over at The Royal Bank of Scotland.
The New York Observer has a piece about the insider trading scandal that appeared to have Wall Street in a tiz last week.
The Times reports that the UK bank bonus 'pact' has just got even more watered down.