Posts Tagged “japan”
by Wall Street Job Report on August 27, 2012
TOKYO (Reuters) – Nomura Holdings <8604.T> is finalizing plans to cut hundreds of jobs, mainly in equities and investment banking, in an overhaul aimed at restoring its overseas operations to profitability, people with knowledge of the planning within Japan’s largest brokerage said.
by Wall Street Job Report on May 29, 2012
Japan’s widening probe of insider trading reached JP Morgan on Tuesday as the embattled U.S. brokerage was identified as the source of a leak of confidential information regarding a planned share offering by Nippon Sheet Glass in 2010.
Euro Stocks Fall, Funds of Funds Fight To Stay Relevant, Big Bank Lending Down in Q1: Wall Street News 5/25/2012
by Wall Street Job Report on May 25, 2012
Top Wall Street News on May 25, 2012, selected by the Wall Street Job Report Editorial staff.
by Wall Street Job Report on April 2, 2012
In today’s job shuffle, moves regarding Citigroup in Japan, Societe Generale, Deutsche Bank, and more.
by Daryn Strauss on March 29, 2012
The president of Japan’s asset management firm AIJ Investment Advisors has issued a mea culpa… sort of.