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Friday, 22 February 2019

Philip Scipio' s stories

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  • MOVES-Deutsche taps Shah to run tech investment banking

    Ticker | 07 September 2018

    Deutsche Bank named Ajay Shah head of technology investment banking, Americas.

  • Citi restructures and shakes up leadership

    People & Markets | 07 September 2018

    Citigroup is shaking up its structure and leadership ranks with the departure of a trio of long-serving executives, including chief financial officer John Gerspach, and an overdue revamp of its investment banking business.

  • MOVES-PJ Solomon hires Hootnick from Millstein

    Ticker | 06 September 2018

    Boutique investment bank PJ Solomon hired Mark Hootnick away from Millstein as a partner and in its debt advisory and restructuring group.

  • John Studzinski

    MOVES-Pimco takes Studzinski from Blackstone

    Ticker | 05 September 2018

    Pimco has hired John Studzinski as vice chairman, a new role, charged with expanding the fixed income investment firm’s global strategy. He will be based in New York and report to Pimco chief executive officer Emmanuel Roman.

  • MOVES-Citi CFO Gerspach to retire

    Ticker | 04 September 2018

    Citigroup’s Chief Financial Officer John Gerspach is retiring from the bank, effective March 1, after roughly nine years in the position.

  • Canadian banks plot expansion

    People & Markets | 31 August 2018

    Canada’s five largest banks mostly beat earnings expectations in the third quarter, helped by strong performances in capital markets, where they have expressed plans to continue to expand, especially in the United States.

  • PJT buys its way into activism defence

    People & Markets | 31 August 2018

    If you can’t build it, buy it.

  • M&A tops US$3trn in first eight months

    People & Markets | 31 August 2018

    Global mergers and acquisitions are on track for another record year after transaction value broke through US$3trn at the end of August.

  • RBC boosts risk-weighted assets and profits

    People & Markets | 24 August 2018

    Royal Bank of Canada kicked off Canada’s third quarter bank earnings by easily beating expectations, thanks in some part to strong performance in capital markets where the bank had its second best quarter ever. A boost to risk-weighted assets also helped the lender during the three months to the end of July.

  • Banks see success in declining activism cases

    People & Markets | 24 August 2018

    The rush to beef up activism defence groups appears to be paying off for investment banks – by one measure, at least, which shows the number of activism campaigns falling.