Five men and three women took just under 5 hours to unanimously decide that Citi and its M&A group didn't mislead, lie, cheat or dupe private equity firm Terra Firma when it acquired EMI for $6.7bn in 2007.
By Greg Farrell
Brian Kuritzky successfully completed the Great Floridian triathlon last month - you know, the small matter of swimming, biking and running a combined 140.6 miles.
Singapore: The Straits Times reports that 41-year-old Jack Ang Hoe Meng has been charged with causing the death of Takanori Inada, a Nomura Securities equity analyst, who died from multiple injuries sustained at the back alley of Bukit Pasoh Road in Singapore's Chinatown district in the early hours of October 23rd.
We bumped into our old friend Ronnie the Recruiter the other day, and we're interested to learn that he's temporarily quitting the financial markets recruitment scene for Tenerife again.
Fortune magazine has an interesting perspective on Goldman Sachs.
No surprises here, as former JPMorgan co-CEO Steve Black's been heading towards the exit for some time now.
Here's the latest info on firms in the news on the hiring front.
The Financial Times reports that there appear to have been early doubts about the financial viability of private equity firm Terra' Firma's 2007 acquistion of EMI, as an e-mail sent by Ian Cockerill, a senior credit officer at Citigroup, reveals.
Bloomberg reports that, according to an unnamed 'person familiar with the matter', US regulator the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is investigating allegations that JPMorgan allowed hedge fund Magnetar Capital to select the underyling assets in a 2007 CDO before betting against them.
Tesco is to give more than £2m to its former chief executive and finance director after being told it had no legal grounds to continue withholding the payouts.
The Oil and gas company BG Group has become the latest corporate casualty of the oil price slump, writing down the value of its assets by £6bn and sharply cutting back on spending plans.
Nomura is retreating from U.S. investment-grade corporate credit trading after last year’s bout of volatility in fixed-income markets, according to two people with knowledge of the decision.