It was too good to be true.
Houlihan Lokey has announced that it has acquired MESA Securities (MESA), a leading New York-based independent advisory firm that provides mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, and other strategic advisory services to clients in both traditional and digital media and entertainment. The transaction closed on June 19, 2015.
Another rock star moves on.
This is about the sorts of pressures that push ordinary, well-meaning people into behaving less ethically.
Peter Benoist, the head of U.S. distressed-debt trading at Barclays, left the bank, according to two people with knowledge of the move.
A female cyclist has died in a crash with a tipper truck in London.
Ross McEwan, the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) chief, could be hauled in front of MPs to explain the bank’s latest payments system meltdown, as politicians prepare to take it to task over last week’s outage.
When Thomas Hayes joined Citigroup in Tokyo in 2009, he expected to be able to influence Libor just like he’d done at UBS, according to evidence at a London criminal trial.
Nomura has terminated two New York-based mortgage-bond traders for cause in connection with investigations of the market, according to regulatory records.
Credit Suisse’s share price reflects a capital hole of $14.1bn, analysts at Barclays said in a note to clients.
Paying hotel bills and offering tickets to football and international rugby matches is part of corporate life, Goldman Sachs has told the high court, as the bank lays out its defence against a $1.2bn (£850m) claim by a Libyan investment fund set up during the Gaddafi era.
Deutsche Bank Chairman Paul Achleitner has become the latest global banking leader to warn about the potential fallout if U.K. voters decide to leave the European Union.
Sir Philip Green will have to make a generous offer to rescue the BHS pension scheme if he wants to save his reputation and knighthood, MPs have warned after a fiery six-hour hearing with the billionaire retail tycoon.