Business Insider reports that the White House has finally come clean on the reason that folks like JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon and Goldman boss Lloyd Blankfein weren't at the finreg bill signing Wednesday.
Here's the Thomson Reuters Investment Banking Scorecard for last week.
Huxley Associates finished in top slot in Here Is The City's 2010 'Best HR Recruitment Firm' poll.
One City recruiter arrived at work earlier this week to find a message waiting for him outside his office.
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Now it's Morgan Stanley employees' turn in the sun.
Bankers like JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon have been warning about the unintended consequences of financial regulation for some time now. Now, just one day after the signing of the Dodd-Frank bill into law, we have a couple of examples.
There's been no high profile 'Banker of the Year' awards for UBS Group CEO Oswald Gruebel (Hell, even Citi's Vikram Pandit's got one now!).
There were slaps on the back all round over at Morgan Stanley Wednesday, after the firm's Q2 earnings came in with an upside surprise.
Credit Suisse posted a $1.5bn Q2 profit Thursday, beating expectations with strong private banking numbers, a tax credit and booking gains on the value of its own debt.
At the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, executives name the CEOs they would most like to replace if they had the chance.
The risks that kept the market "off limits" for the smaller folks have come roaring back with a vengeance.
Companies put their names on the shirts of Premiership football clubs in the hope that some of the sporting glamour will rub off on their dull corporporate images. But it doesn’t always work out like that.