Time to call it a day ?
Macquarie Group is a global provider of banking, financial, advisory, investment and funds management services.
BNP Paribas was among three French banks cut by Standard & Poor’s on concern that their home market may be hurt by prolonged economic weakness in Europe and a housing slump.
Macquarie Group’s head of investment banking in Asia, Kalpana Desai, is leaving after three years with the company amid a widening exodus of dealmakers from the industry.
There's hope yet.
Those bankers and their cell phones.
Here's one firm that's said to be limiting its voluntary severance plan - after receiving too many requests from employees.
Here's some hiring, people and other news.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, Fox Business, Reuters and Telegraph stories currently doing the rounds.
This does look quite positive.
It's doubtless already being written, the feel good story of 2010 - 'Save Dave' - The Movie.
CSFB is said to be returning to India's securities market after more than four years away. The firm was banned from the market in 2001 for its alleged role in a price-fixing scandal. Mumbai's benchmark Sensex index has increased 34% this year, making it one of the world's best-performing stock indices.
You've been busy sending in your corporate mottos / straplines. Keep 'em coming.
2009 bonuses are charactarized by three main things:
Julius Baer Group Ltd and Macquarie Group have announced they had entered into a strategic collaboration agreement. The agreement is based on future private and investment banking opportunities in North and South East Asia.
Macquarie triumphed over a host of its City rivals to win the fifth annual Bloomberg Square Mile Relay – the largest relay race of its type ever held in the UK.
Macquarie Group Limited (Macquarie) has announced the appointment of Alex Harvey as Chief Executive Officer of Macquarie’s operations in Asia.
CNN reports that Victor Schaller, a Bear Stearns employee, has been named in a suit filed in New York for allegedly making racist and anti-Semitic remarks on a daily basis.
Reuters reports that the latest reshuffling of the ranks over at UBS Investment Bank has given rise to further thoughts that the Swiss bank might be better off without at least some of it.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg and Reuters stories currently doing the rounds.