Bank of America Merrill Lynch has flipped the league table for global announced merger and acquisition deals on its head, taking the top spot in the middle of the second quarter.
JP Morgan chairman and chief executive Jamie Dimon stood his ground against what turned out to be a vocal minority of shareholders and won, beating back an effort to split the bank’s chairman and CEO positions.
Morgan Stanley’s head of fixed income Ken deRegt has stepped down, leaving the bank for a second time in the past 30 years. He exits at an inflection point for Morgan Stanley’s fixed income group and the bank has tapped Michael Heaney and Robert Rooney to take the helm as global co-heads of fixed income sales
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