Dress code is always informal, billiards, FIFA on XBox, acoustic and electric guitars and amps await the next jam session.
Bank of America was raised to buy from sell by Mike Mayo, an analyst at CLSA, who said the company’s low valuation and “lousy” efficiency increase the chance shareholders will demand a spin-off or other type of restructuring.
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Dougal Brech, the European co-head of prime services at Credit Suisse, is leaving, the bank said, as it scales back the unit that caters to hedge funds.
Wealth management arm of Swiss investment bank has created a new team to meet demand from ultra-wealthy clients for shorter-term trading options.
A new report by Mercer highlights that 2015 saw the world’s financial services organisations continue to respond to regulatory developments by increasing fixed pay, decreasing variable pay (bonuses) and increasing the emphasis on non-financial performance.
Citigroup had one of its most profitable years in recent history in the repurchase-agreement market, the bank’s global head of fixed-income finance said, countering much of the industry grumbling that regulation is crushing this business.
A federal judge has ordered the release of a report detailing how well HSBC has complied with anti-money laundering requirements imposed by U.S. regulators when the bank was fined $1.92bn three years ago.
Societe Generale resigned as a primary dealer for U.K. government bonds, the second market maker to exit in just over three months.
Chinese authorities have arrested 21 executives from the country's largest peer-to-peer money lending platform on suspicion of stealing money from nearly a billion investors - which could make it the world's largest Ponzi scheme.
Credit Suisse won a lawsuit by property owners in four upscale resorts in the western U.S. who alleged that the investment bank funded loans based on inflated appraisals of the developments that caused their financial ruin.
The Big Apple Circus, whose clowns, acrobats and animals performed free for disadvantaged children and the elderly, has folded the tent that has been perched behind Manhattan’s Lincoln Center each holiday season since 1981.
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