Sector: Mergers & Acquisitions

These Three Wall Street Jobs May Be at Risk

While the Federal Reserve continues to send mixed signals about when exactly it will begin tapering its monthly purchases of Treasury and mortgage bonds, one thing is clear:…

U.S. Bankers Are Walloping European Rivals in M&A War

U.S. investment banks have crushed their European rivals in 2013. When it comes to mergers & acquisitions, the divide is even more prominent – and it’s growing. For…

Spike in M&A Activity Could Open Doors to Hiring

Following a near five-year hiatus, robust M&A activity has returned in 2013, and with it the potential of hiring in an industry that has seen significant workforce reductions…

Why investment banks’ revenue-generators are getting more productive; and are rates and prime services the only real safe havens?

Times are tough for investment bankers and job security is, of course, light with most firms hovering their finger above a hair trigger. In fact, 10,000 jobs have…

Thursday’s Headlines: MBA Students Take On Serious Work

Corporations that once had business students do low-risk, high-rewards research on M&A and expansion prospects are now handing entire brands over to unpaid students, according to a Wall…

People News: Moves at USAA, Goldman, MSSB, Ameriprise and the SEC

Goldman co-head of global mergers and acquisitions, Yoel Zaoui, is leaving. [WSJ] Vanguard fund manager Howard Schow died at 84. [Bloomberg] USAA hired Keith Sloane, former head of the…

People News: Moves at J.P. Morgan, Deutsche, HSBC and Silver Bridge

Morgan Stanley’s top trading executives for Latin America, Marcio Rochwerger and Igor Mansour, left the company last month after being bought out. [Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank named James Ratigan…

Wednesday’s Headlines: Dealmakers expect M&A to be up in 2012

Economy, snonomy. That’s the attitude of bankers and lawyers surveyed about the future of M&A this year, according to a DealBook story today. More than half of the…