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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Philip Scipio' s stories

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  • Takeover defence work drives boutique earnings

    People & Markets | 28 July 2017

    US independent investment banks saw revenue surge to record highs in the second quarter to easily beat expectations, driven by fees from defending firms from takeovers.

  • Citi stays cautious a decade after the crisis

    People & Markets | 28 July 2017

    Nine years after the crisis that put Citigroup flat on its back and nearly out of business, the US bank is taking a careful approach to risk that analysts fear may keep it from living up to its earnings potential.

  • MOVES-Jefferies hires ex-Goldman banker for derivatives trading

    Ticker | 26 July 2017

    Jefferies has hired former Goldman Sachs partner Peter Seccia as global head of equity derivatives.

  • MOVES-Deutsche Bank hires Kakuta for FIG

    Ticker | 25 July 2017

    Deutsche Bank hired Eri Kakuta from Goldman Sachs as a managing director and senior coverage banker in its financial institutions group.

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    Moelis sees second quarter revenue surge 31%

    Ticker | 24 July 2017

    Independent investment bank Moelis reported its best second quarter ever with revenue of US$172m, up 31% from the year ago quarter. The firm earned US$49.5m, or 57 cents a share, up 97% from last year.

  • MOVES-Moelis hires two M&A technology bankers

    Ticker | 24 July 2017

    Independent investment bank Moelis hired two managing directors, Jason Hernandez in Boston focusing on the industrial technology sector and Jonathan Kaufman in San Francisco leading the FinTech group.

  • MOVES-Citizens Financial hires Fogarty for healthcare banking

    Ticker | 24 July 2017

    Citizens Financial Group hired former Citigroup healthcare banker Laura Neenan Fogarty as head of its national healthcare banking group at its Citizens Commercial Banking division.

  • Morgan Stanley shows Goldman less is more

    People & Markets | 21 July 2017

    Morgan Stanley beat arch rival Goldman Sachs in fixed income trading for the second quarter in a row, posting revenue of US$1.24bn, down 4% from a year ago.

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    Goldman's trading reputation battered

    Top News | 21 July 2017

    Another torrid quarter for trading at Goldman Sachs has prompted criticism that the bank has lost its way after senior management changes and needs to urgently fix its fixed income, commodities and currency business.

  • BAML outperforms in M&A advisory

    People & Markets | 21 July 2017

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch continued to outperform in M&A advisory in the second quarter, gaining on dominant rivals Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.