Bank of America Merrill Lynch has poached Nomura's Australian head of mergers and acquisitions Grant Chamberlain, a person familiar with the matter said Thursday.
Macquarie Group is a global provider of banking, financial, advisory, investment and funds management services.
Gabriel Roberts, who led global credit-index trading at Citigroup, is joining Saba Capital Management LP, the $5.3bn hedge fund founded by Boaz Weinstein, said people with knowledge of the moves.
Macquarie Group has announced the appointment of Justin Mannolini as an Executive Director of Macquarie Capital in Perth.
Bank of America has named Mike Joo head of global rates and currencies origination, the business that issues interest rate and currency products for corporate and commercial clients, according to a memo sent to employees.
Time to call it a day ?
BNP Paribas was among three French banks cut by Standard & Poor’s on concern that their home market may be hurt by prolonged economic weakness in Europe and a housing slump.
Macquarie Group’s head of investment banking in Asia, Kalpana Desai, is leaving after three years with the company amid a widening exodus of dealmakers from the industry.
There's hope yet.
Those bankers and their cell phones.
Here's one firm that's said to be limiting its voluntary severance plan - after receiving too many requests from employees.
Times have been a bit tougher over at Macquarie over the last couple of years. The firm that did so well it became known as the 'Millionaires Factory' has lost a bit of its lustre - and a few of its staff, who have shipped out to rivals.
Macquarie Group is looking to recruit the precious metals trading team of Jefferies Group's commodities brokerage, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday.
Macquarie Group ('Macquarie') has announced that Ken Savio will join as a Senior Managing Director and Head of Macquarie Securities in the United States, effective May 16, 2011.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, Fox Business, Reuters and Telegraph stories currently doing the rounds.
Talk about kicking a man when he's down. 42 year-old Ian Chalmers, variously described as a former head of sales and / or trading over at Macquarie Bank in Australia, has been banged up for months awaiting sentencing after being found guilty last year of conspiring to import cocaine with the help of baggage handlers at Sydney Airport in 2005, has now pleaded guilty to an unrelated charge of supplying ecstasy. The offense is said to have come to light when investigators were intercepting Chalmers' phone calls.
You've been busy sending in your corporate mottos / straplines. Keep 'em coming.
Barclays Capital beat off a host of its City rivals within London's financial district late last week to retain its hold on the annual Bloomberg Square Mile Relay - the largest such relay race ever held in the UK.
And here are yet a few more of the comments we've received in following our campaign to try and save David Kiely - the Macquarie Bank client investment manager who has become the latest internet sensation after being caught live on TV oggling semi-nude pics of Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr - from getting the chop.
Reshaping the firm.
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is boosting the target size for wealth-management takeovers to more than $951m as it seeks to increase profit from the business.