Monday, 19 March 2018

Philip Scipio' s stories

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  • 62 years and out: Veteran Citi pair head for exit

    People & Markets | 23 February 2018

    Two Citigroup veterans are retiring after a combined 62 years at the bank - co-head of global M&A Peter Tague is heading for the exit, alongside global head of electronic FX solutions, Bernie Sinniah.

  • US Treasury backs off OLA repeal

    People & Markets | 23 February 2018

    The US Treasury Department has heeded calls from global banks and some regulators not to dismantle the orderly liquidation authority provision in the Dodd-Frank Act.

  • ECM rides out volatility wave

    People & Markets | 23 February 2018

    Volatility in equity markets may be good for trading but it’s certainly not good for equity capital markets teams hoping to continue last year’s recovery.

  • Citi sign

    MOVES-Citi co-head of M&A retires

    Ticker | 21 February 2018

    Citigroup’s co-head of global M&A, Peter Tague, is retiring after 24 years with the bank, according to an internal memo obtained by IFR.

  • Goldman set for trading rebound

    People & Markets | 16 February 2018

    Goldman Sachs is having a little trading trouble but it’s nothing to worry about, chief executive Lloyd Blankfein told a financial services conference last week.

  • Shareholder activists eye repatriated cash

    People & Markets | 16 February 2018

    Unleashing a potential US$2trn of capital trapped overseas may have an unwanted side effect for US companies. Activist shareholders may step up demands that most of it be turned over to them.

  • Deutsche Bank headquarters

    MOVES-Deutsche's US head of transaction banking exits

    Ticker | 13 February 2018

    Deutsche Bank’s US head of global transaction banking, Paul Saltzman, is to leave the bank next month.

  • Tax change favours independent M&A advisers

    People & Markets | 09 February 2018

    Independent investment banks may get an unexpected boon from the revised US tax code–  it could mean the days of highly leveraged deals are over, according to Moelis chief executive Ken Moelis.

  • Outgoing Yellen puts Wells in a corner

    People & Markets | 09 February 2018

    The good news for Wells Fargo’s investment bank is that a sanction by the US Federal Reserve forbidding the bank to grow beyond its size at the end of 2017 will probably not have an impact on the securities division.

  • A Lazard sign

    MOVES-Lazard hires WSJ editor for shareholder advisory group

    Ticker | 08 February 2018

    Lazard hired Wall Street Journal editor Dennis Berman as a managing director in its shareholder advisory practice, effective February 26.