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Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Philip Scipio' s stories

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  • MOVES-Goldman Sachs' chief risk officer retires

    Ticker | 06 November 2017

    Goldman Sachs chief risk officer Craig Broderick will retire after 32 years in January, according to an internal memo obtained by IFR. A Goldman Sachs spokesman confirmed the contents.

  • Cowen names Wieseneck, Charney co-presidents

    People & Markets | 03 November 2017

    Investment bank Cowen & Company has named Larry Wieseneck and Dan Charney co-presidents, both reporting to chief executive Jeffrey Solomon.

  • Puerto Rico bonds may be attracting new vultures

    People & Markets | 03 November 2017

    Puerto Rico’s benchmark 8% 2035 bond is recovering from the low of 25 cents as the investor base shifts from mutual funds that had been trying to preserve creditors rights towards hedge funds who have a higher threshold for pain and can wait longer to see a recovery.

  • Powell picked as next Fed chairman

    People & Markets | 03 November 2017

    US President Donald Trump tapped Jerome Powell to be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve, replacing Janet Yellen when her term expires in February.

  • MOVES-Cowen & Co names Wieseneck, Charney co-presidents

    Ticker | 01 November 2017

    Investment bank Cowen & Company named Larry Wieseneck and Dan Charney co-presidents reporting to chief executive Jeffrey Solomon.

  • MOVES-Goldman hires Jindal from Morgan Stanley

    Ticker | 01 November 2017

    Goldman Sachs hired former Morgan Stanley banker Nitin Jindal as partner and head of North American natural gas and power trading.

  • Boutique market share gains checked in Q3

    People & Markets | 27 October 2017

    Independent investment banks Lazard and Evercore continue to report record revenue even as the market for M&A sputters compared with last year. But bulge-bracket banks appear to be taking back market share they lost in recent years.

  • Momentive IPO may have to wait

    People & Markets | 27 October 2017

    The US Second Circuit court of Appeals threw sand in the gears of Momentive Performance Materials’ planned initial public offering, opening the door for bondholders to claim more than US$100m in interest payments.

  • New tests for financial 'blood pressure and body temperature'

    People & Markets | 27 October 2017

    The US Office of Financial Research has unveiled two new tools to track risk in the global financial system, which it equates to testing the blood pressure and body temperature of a patient.

  • MOVES-Paul Weiss hires ex-Kirkland lawyer Paul Basta

    Ticker | 24 October 2017

    New York law firm Paul Weiss has hired Paul Basta as co-chair of its bankruptcy and corporate reorganization group. He will work alongside Alan Kornberg.