Times have been a bit tougher over at Macquarie over the last couple of years. The firm that did so well it became known as the 'Millionaires Factory' has lost a bit of its lustre - and a few of its staff, who have shipped out to rivals.
Here's the latest from our Highly Placed Professional.
Russ Gerson, chief executive officer of executive-search firm Gerson Group, talks about the prospects for job cuts on Wall Street this summer.
Here's the latest from CityBoy.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced that J.P. Morgan Securities LLC will pay $153.6m to settle SEC charges that it misled investors in a complex mortgage securities transaction just as the housing market was starting to plummet.
Here's something that surfaced via Twitter earlier this week, and is allegedly a letter sent a few years back from James Bond actor Sean Connery to Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
It was eight months or so ago when one of our readers wrote in predicting that many in the industry might regret having their base salary hiked (again).
They claim to be the best in the business to Lord Sugar and Donald Trump, but many Apprentice contestants are perhaps better known for their cringe-worthy comments and gaffs on the show.
This year’s list of Institutional Investor Hedge Fund 30 Rising Stars were chosen not just for their professional expertise and reputations, but also for their willingness to think and do things differently. They represent the range and diversity that hedge funds embrace and from which their success is derived.
Hedge fund guru John Paulson has taken one of the biggest trading baths ever, allegedly losing up to $720m in the position he took in Chinese commercial forest plantation operator Sino-Forest.
The top tax partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Kevin Nicholson, misled parliament over complex Luxembourg financing structures the accountancy firm helped to set up for scores of multinationals to avoid tax, according to MPs.
The typical victims of cyber fraud are lonely singles searching for love online or anyone who puts too much trust in an email.
The venture capital industry poured $86.7 billion into companies in 2014 , the highest level in nearly 15 years, driven by big punts on U.S. companies like Uber and Snapchat, according to a new report.