Here's last week's Thomson Reuters Investment Banking Scorecard.
The Wall Street Journal reported a few weeks back that CLSA bank analyst Mike Mayo had been having problems getting in to see senior officials over at Citi, and some say that this is in retaliation for his view that the firm has been overstating profits due to the way it treats deferred-tax assets.
The New York Post reports that Barclays and Lehman Brothers are back in court this week in that spat over whether the UK headquarted firm received an unfair windfall gain when certain of Lehman's US assets were acquired in September 2008.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the US state of Utah is investigating Goldman Sachs as part of the national probe of the securities industry.
We kept a running total of how much top banking industry executives got for their troubles in 2009.
Here's our Top 20 books about the financial markets:
'I'd like you to meet Peter', my boss said as he introduced me to the man standing by his side. 'He's going to be working with us for a bit - on your desk'.
So much for all the outrage French President Nicholas Sarkozy has been expressing about irresponsible bankers. According to The Independent, Sarkozy has been busy wooing top European banks in an attempt to get them to switch their EMEA HQs to Paris.
The Wall Street Journal reports that, according to Sterling InfoSystems Inc., a company that provides employment screening services, cocaine showed up in 7% of the positive drug tests undertaken at Wall Street firms last year, down from 16% in 2007.