Posts Tagged “Investment Banking”

CLSA to Build Its Global Investment Banking Business

by Wall Street Job Report on December 9, 2014

CLSA Ltd., the brokerage owned by Citic Securities Co., plans to expand into investment bankingglobally to build on its existing research and broking business. Hong Kong-based CLSA plans to hire bankers next year to provide mergers advisory, equity capital markets services (…)

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IPO splurge can’t hide investment banking squeeze

by Wall Street Job Report on March 26, 2014

Revenues in investment banking slipped 18 percent in the first quarter of 2014 compared to the same period last year despite a surge in mergers and acquisitions. Often regarded as the culprit for global financial crash of 2008, the industry (…)

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Proof that improved performance is no shelter from redundancy

by Wall Street Job Report on March 20, 2014

Investment banks are cutting staff again. With the exception of Barclays, the redundancies at Deutsche Bank and Bank of America are more trimming than wholesale axe swinging. However, if BoA follows Deutsche and focuses most of the cuts on London, City workers (…)

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Moelis & Company Files for an I.P.O.

by Wall Street Job Report on March 5, 2014

Since leaving UBS in 2007, the veteran investment banker Kenneth D. Moelis has dreamed of running a firm that could rival his former employer. That ambition took a big step forward on Tuesday, when his investment bank, Moelis & Company, filed for (…)

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JPMorgan Seen Paying Dimon $34 Million Award This Year

by Wall Street Job Report on January 28, 2014

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon, who got a 74 percent raise for his work in 2013, stands to reap a separate and bigger payday within months. The bank’s board of directors, having delayed a decision for (…)

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