The focus of the articles written to date about the tragic death of 24-year-old Deutsche Bank equity salesperson Anjool Malde have understandably been on the banker himself. But there are many others who will be scarred by his suicide.
It's been suggested that, with Goldman Sachs likely to post strong second-quarter earnings this week (and bonuses for employees looking likely to be decent this year-end), the firm should in some way be ashamed of its accomplishments - and all because it took $10bn of TARP funding from the US government last year. What a lot of nonsense!
Businessinsider points out that Barclays Capital has installed hand sanitizers in the restrooms of the old Lehman HQ building in New York. Nothing wrong with that, you might think, in these days of the H1N1 virus.
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The Daily Mail is reporting that the tragic death of 24-year-old Anjool Malde, who jumped from the rooftop terrace of the Coq d'Argent restaurant in London on Sunday, may have been caused by a silly office prank that went terribly wrong.
Things appear to be getting a bit fraught in the New York trial of Joseph Collins, former outside legal counsel to failed commodities broker Refco, who is accused of involvement in the fraud.
Citi announced a management shake-up in its top ranks Thursday, and many feel that the end result is that CEO Virkam Pandit is becoming marginalized at his own firm. MarketWatch even describes Pandit as 'the shrinking Citigroup CEO', and says that the move to shunt him aside was undertaken after pressure from US regulators, who remain unconvinced that he is the man to turn the company around.
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Deutsche Bank may have its credit rating cut by Standard & Poor’s after the lender reduced its reported profit for 2012 amid rising legal costs.
Investment banking - never has it been so difficult to be outside the top division.
A 17-year-old London schoolboy has sold his app company to the internet giant Yahoo for an estimated £18m. But he won't be moving to the company's California headquarters just yet … because he wants to finish his A-levels.