Bloomberg reports that Credit Suisse CEO Brady Dougan will receive stock worth some $67.6m under a long-term incentive plan established in 2005. The shares will be awarded on 20th April.
Here's some Thomson Reuters Asia-Pac Q1 M&A League tables.
Overall global debt capital markets activity totaled $1.5 trillion during the first quarter of 2010, a 10% decrease over last year when volume reached $1.7 trillion.
That, according to UK Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, is Barclays President Bob Diamond, who told The Times newspaper that Diamond's alleged £63m 2009 pay awards were just not cricket.
The New York Times 'DealBook' column reports that a few months back Goldman Sachs arranged for Public Strategies, a Washington-based consulting firm, to undertaken some polling to find out what the American public thought of the firm.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Societe Generale is said to have discovered 'anomalies' in a private banking client account in Singapore.
Reuters reports that Benoit Savoret has quit as head of Macquarie Bank's 1,450 Europe, Middle East & Africa unit after less than a month.
'The cemeteries of the world are full of indispensable men'.
The value of worldwide M&A totaled $573.3bn during first quarter 2010, a 20.5% increase from first quarter 2009 levels and the strongest opening quarter for M&A since 2008.
Global syndicated lending activity continued to decline, with the first quarter volume standing at $460.6bn. Of this toal, $403bn, or 87%, saw wider syndication, while the remaining $57.6bn were structured as club deals.