The relief was obvious and so was the message sent from the final green at Bay Hill on a throwback Sunday afternoon.
Oppenheimer & Co has announced that its Institutional Equity Derivatives group has hired three experienced senior professionals to expand the capabilities of its options desk.
BNY Mellon has announced that Simon Nichols is to become lead manager on the Newton Bridge Fund.
It would be foolish to draw too many conclusions from Arsenal's most recent victory, given that the Aston Villa side which pitched up at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday represented not so much a poor excuse for a Premier League side as a "yeah, I just couldn't be bothered", but nevertheless it is a safe bet that most fans coming across a 3-0 result will have assumed Robin van Persie's name would feature on the scoresheet.
BNP Paribas Securities Services (BNP Paribas) has announced that it has opened new offices in Colombia and Chile and appointed local experts in the two markets.
Bloomberg's Dominic Chu reports that JPMorgan Chase & Co. is being sued by a trader who says he accepted a contract from the investment bank because a typographical error made him believe he would be paid 10 times what was actually offered.
Standard Chartered's eight highest-paid bankers outside the boardroom took home a combined $53m (£33m) in 2011, when the bank reported its ninth year of record profits.