The Independent-On-Sunday's 'City Diary' reports that Michael Sherwood, head of Goldman Sachs International, is at odds with the firm's PR guys, as he apparently feels that the firm should be making its case much more aggressively.
CITIC Securities and Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank have confirmed that they are to explore the combination of their equity businesses around the world.
Standard Chartered today releases its Interim Management Statement (IMS) for the first quarter of 2010.
Here's something we found in Joseph Tibman's (that's his alias) excellent 'The Murder of Lehman Brothers'.
It might be a little early to pop those champagne bottles, but UBS looks well on the way to a turnaround.
Goldman Sachs has released details of a variety of shareholder legal actions filed against it in recent days.
With $20bn wiped off the value of Goldman's stock in the last 2 weeks, and the media onslaught continuing to pound the firm, wouldn't Goldman be better served by settling the fraud case brought against it by The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and moving on ?
The news that US federal prosecutors have opened an investigation into certain aspects of Goldman's sales and trading activities further depressed the firm's stock price Thursday.
Bloomberg reports that Citi has sued Gautam Hazarika, a former Singapore-based Director in the firm's FX marketing unit, accusing him of sending e-mails containing trade secrets to Deutsche Bank and his personal computer, ahead of his resignation last year to go work for the German bank.
Here's a collection of the latest sound bites on the subject of Goldman Sachs and its current difficulties.
For years, the London rich have been on a subterranean building spree. Rather than building up, which often violated zoning rules, they built down, carving out underground swimming pools, cinemas, Ferrari museums and personal spas. Brits came to call them "iceberg homes" since most of their mass was hidden below the surface.
Jimmy Choo, the upmarket shoe brand, is stepping into the FTSE 250 just six weeks after its £550m flotation.
These guys are now musicians, helicopter pilots, extreme sportists and even professional twerkers!