Hong Kong - The Merrill Lynch 'Milkshake Murder' is back in the news, as Nancy Kissel, the woman originally found guilty of murdering her husband, former Merrill Lynch Hong Kong executive Robert Kissel, has successfully appealed and is currently being retried.
The Financial Times and IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has launched the FT/IFC Sustainable Finance Awards, a major global programme designed to recognise the institutions across the financial industry that have shown leadership and innovation in integrating environmental, social and governance considerations into their business.
OK, the guy allegedly worked for Dimino's Pizza, but it's still rather amusing (unless you are Domino's Pizza).
F&C Asset Management has announced details of an operational review.
Citi CEO Vikram Pandit is 53 today, and is no doubt looking forward to next week, when he will announce the firm's first annual profit in the 3 years since he has been at the helm.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Morgan Stanley told staff about a number of executive changes this week.
We're keeping a running total of the current round of job cuts.
Bloomberg is reporting that Barclays Capital is to axe up to 600 jobs around the world following a review of its operations.
Bloomberg reports that Barclays Capital is said to be planning to cut up to 600 staff following a review of its business activities late last year. Some employees are already said to have been axed.
Morgan Stanley Investment Management has announced that Morgan Stanley Credit Partners L.P. ('MS Credit' or the 'Fund'), its first dedicated corporate mezzanine fund, has held its final closing with $956m in capital commitments.
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The US Department of Justice is scrutinising currency-linked investments marketed by Barclays and UBS in an indication that the sprawling global probe into the foreign exchange market may become more troubling for banks.
Morgan Stanley is looking to reduce its exposure to hedge funds by selling its stake in Lansdowne, according to a WSJ report.