Sunday, 25 March 2018

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  • Investment banking lifts Jefferies in Q1

    People & Markets | 23 March 2018

    Jefferies was not able to capitalise on the volatility that rivals say super-charged fixed income trading at the start of this year.

  • M&A races over US$1trn with mega-deals surge

    People & Markets | 23 March 2018

    Deal value for global M&A broke through US$1trn in the first quarter, even before the sun set on March. It was the strongest start for M&A since 2000 and puts the current quarter on track to be the best first quarter ever.

  • A Lazard sign

    MOVES-Lazard hires Bavagnoli from French Treasury

    Ticker | 20 March 2018

    Lazard has named Corso Bavagnoli as a managing director in its financial advisory group based in Paris.

  • David Solomon, Goldman Sachs

    Solomon emerges as Goldman's future CEO

    Top News | 16 March 2018

    David Solomon is on the verge of becoming the next chief executive of Goldman Sachs and that might overturn the long-lived dominance of the bank’s legendary trading business.

  • Trump becomes M&A wild card

    People & Markets | 16 March 2018

    US President Donald Trump is becoming a wild card for M&A, according to bankers expecting to see mega mergers tick up this year. Trump abruptly moved to end Broadcom’s announced US$117bn acquisition of

  • David Solomon, Goldman Sachs

    MOVES-David Solomon emerges as pick to run Goldman

    Ticker | 12 March 2018

    Goldman Sachs named David Solomon sole president and chief operating officer after Harvey Schwartz’s surprise retirement.

  • Cohn quits Trump over tariffs

    People & Markets | 09 March 2018

    Former Goldman Sachs executive Gary Cohn has joined a growing list of ex-White House staffers.

  • Dodd-Frank loophole closes on EU banks

    People & Markets | 09 March 2018

    Legislators have closed a loophole in proposed changes to Dodd-Frank Act US financial reforms that would have potentially allowed several European banks to avoid heightened scrutiny from the Federal Reserve.

  • Banks bide time on buyback boom

    People & Markets | 09 March 2018

    Bank investors have been watching from the sidelines as US companies trip over themselves to buy back their own shares thanks to an expected windfall from tax cuts, but they may not be left out for long.

  • Regulators get closer on Volcker rewrite

    People & Markets | 02 March 2018

    US regulators are preparing a massive rewrite of the Volcker Rule to potentially make it easier for banks to carry out market-making functions, cut compliance costs and provide a boost to trading desks.

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