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Slain money manager remembered as astute investor


Thomas Gilbert Sr., the 70-year-old New York money manager found shot to death in his Beekman Place apartment, was a pedigreed Wall Street veteran who spent years as a private equity investor, the CEO of an online teacher education company and, most recently, a hedge fund manager.

RBS deputy CEO leaves bank


Royal Bank of Scotland’s Chris Sullivan, the deputy chief executive officer whose evidence to Parliament was criticized by legislators, has left the bank.

Tudor Jones shutting down first fund he ever opened

Hedge Fund

Hedge-fund manager Paul Tudor Jones is closing the Tudor Futures Fund, the first hedge fund he ever opened, in order to focus on his far larger flagship fund, Tudor B.V.I. Global, according to people familiar with the matter,



Oil Drums

HSBC said to take loan loss

HSBC is discovering the oil crash extends far beyond the deserts of the Gulf, the plains of west Texas and the shale fields of North Dakota. Even a small energy company in Dublin can inflict pain.

way out

ANZ to cut markets jobs

Australia & New Zealand Banking Group, which in 2015 posted its slowest profit growth in seven years, plans to cut 12 jobs in its markets division to reduce costs.