• Rothschild & Co has elevated the UK's former top civil servant to its board, as the independent investment bank unveiled record results for its advisory unit this year. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:56

    Rothschild & Co has elevated the UK's former top civil servant to its board, as the independent investment bank unveiled record results for its advisory unit this year.

    Lord Mark Sedwill has been named as a member of Rothschild's supervisory board, the bank said in a statement, taking over from Anthony de Rothschild, the 44-year-old member of the banking family who will remain as a senior adviser to the group.

    Lord...

  • "The biggest factor for short-sellers, and often the most overlooked, is actually passive investing." Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:46

    Short-seller Carson Block, founder and chief investment officer of Muddy Waters Capital, spoke with Financial News in a Barron's Live event earlier this month. The influential investor discussed the wild ride in markets this year, and how he approaches conditions he says are hard for short-sellers.

    Below is an excerpt from the interview. It has been edited for length and clarity.

    On...

  • Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has filed an application to be approved as a futures provider, as it seeks to join the crowded digital assets derivatives market. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:41

    Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has filed an application to be approved as a futures provider, as it seeks to join the crowded digital assets derivatives market.

    Coinbase said it had applied for membership with the National Futures Association, a top self-regulatory body in the US, as a futures commission merchant on 15 September.

    The move...

  • Want to learn more about crypto derivatives? Kraken's Juthica Chou will be talking to FN about one of crypto's most controversial markets, and how professional traders stay ahead of the armchair game. Sign up here for free: Link https://t.co/Ln2sA0fcAZ
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:41
    Emily Nicolle is Fintech Correspondent at Financial News, and author of the weekly Fintech Files newsletter. She was previously at London business newspaper City A.M. where she was Technology Editor and Night Editor.
  • Congratulations to Capital Four Management, @FasanaraCapital, Polar Capital and @TwentyFourAM for being shortlisted in FN's #AMAwards2021 Link https://t.co/biqbVyKFsU
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:26

    Financial News is pleased to announce the shortlists for the Asset Management Awards 2021.

    We will be releasing the names of the nominees in three to four categories each day until 17th September. All the shortlists can be found below and they will be updated every morning.

    The winners will be announced via a live blog at 4pm BST on 21st October....

  • Morgan Stanley is set to grow its debt capital markets and leveraged finance business as revenues in the sector have remained high throughout 2021, says chief operating officer Jonathan Pruzan. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:21

    Morgan Stanley is set to grow its debt capital markets and leveraged finance business as revenues in the sector have remained high throughout 2021, says chief operating officer Jonathan Pruzan.

    The Wall Street bank, which has typically lagged US rivals in DCM, will "continue to grow" its debt advisory business, Pruzan told an industry conference on 14 September.

    "The...

  • The Criminal Cases Review Commission has confirmed it is aiming to issue a decision in October on whether to refer convicted Libor rigger Tom Hayes’ case to the Court of Appeal. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:06

    The Criminal Cases Review Commission has confirmed it is aiming to issue a decision in October on whether to refer convicted Libor rigger Tom Hayes’ case to the Court of Appeal.

    The CCRC, an independent body responsible for investigating suspected miscarriages of justice, told lawyers for the former UBS and Citigroup trader that while it was close to completing its decision-making process on Hayes’ case, a decision would likely not be forthcoming until next month at the earliest.

    In...

  • The UK's trade body for asset managers has added a cohort of heavyweight industry executives to its board, but remains unclear if it has addressed criticism received over a lack of ethnic diversity. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:01

    The UK's trade body for asset managers has added a cohort of heavyweight industry executives to its board, but remains unclear if it has addressed criticism received over a lack of ethnic diversity.

    Among the seven new additions to the Investment Association's board are BlackRock's Stephen Cohen, who heads the US asset manager's business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, as well as Schroders chief executive Peter Harrison.

    Sean...

  • Big Four audit firm PwC UK has said that 14% of its staff come from working class backgrounds and tend to receive lower pay packets than their peers. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 15:01

    Big Four audit firm PwC UK has said that 14% of its staff come from working class backgrounds and tend to receive lower pay packets than their peers.

    The firm said staff from a lower socio-economic background were paid a median 12.1% less than their colleagues, according to pay gap data based on parental occupation which the firm has published for the first time.

    “Closing...

  • Rothschild & Co has elevated the UK's former top civil servant to its board, as the independent investment bank unveiled record results for its advisory unit this year. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 14:56

    Rothschild & Co has elevated the UK's former top civil servant to its board, as the independent investment bank unveiled record results for its advisory unit this year.

    Lord Mark Sedwill has been named as a member of Rothschild's supervisory board, the bank said in a statement, taking over from Anthony de Rothschild, the 44-year-old member of the banking family who will remain as a senior adviser to the group.

    Lord...

  • Congratulations to @BNPPAM_COM @candriam @Fidelity_UK @NordeaAM and @Robeco for being shortlisted in FN's #AMAwards2021 Link https://t.co/zbjAmH7mxA
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 14:56

    Financial News is pleased to announce the shortlists for the Asset Management Awards 2021.

    We will be releasing the names of the nominees in three to four categories each day until 17th September. All the shortlists can be found below and they will be updated every morning.

    The winners will be announced via a live blog at 4pm BST on 21st October....

  • "The biggest factor for short-sellers, and often the most overlooked, is actually passive investing." Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 14:46

    Short-seller Carson Block, founder and chief investment officer of Muddy Waters Capital, spoke with Financial News in a Barron's Live event earlier this month. The influential investor discussed the wild ride in markets this year, and how he approaches conditions he says are hard for short-sellers.

    Below is an excerpt from the interview. It has been edited for length and clarity.

    On...

  • Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has filed an application to be approved as a futures provider, as it seeks to join the crowded digital assets derivatives market. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 14:41

    Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has filed an application to be approved as a futures provider, as it seeks to join the crowded digital assets derivatives market.

    Coinbase said it had applied for membership with the National Futures Association, a top self-regulatory body in the US, as a futures commission merchant on 15 September.

    The move...

  • Congratulations to Naïm Abou-Jaoudé @candriam, Andrew Formica @JupiterAM_UK, Peter Harrison @Schroders, Nick Ring @CTinvest_EMEA and Patrick Thomson @JPMorganAM for being shortlisted in FN's #AMAwards2021 Link https://t.co/FDG3RvpgmW
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 14:21

    Financial News is pleased to announce the shortlists for the Asset Management Awards 2021.

    We will be releasing the names of the nominees in three to four categories each day until 17th September. All the shortlists can be found below and they will be updated every morning.

    The winners will be announced via a live blog at 4pm BST on 21st October....

  • Morgan Stanley is set to grow its debt capital markets and leveraged finance business as revenues in the sector have remained high throughout 2021, says chief operating officer Jonathan Pruzan. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 14:16

    Morgan Stanley is set to grow its debt capital markets and leveraged finance business as revenues in the sector have remained high throughout 2021, says chief operating officer Jonathan Pruzan.

    The Wall Street bank, which has typically lagged US rivals in DCM, will "continue to grow" its debt advisory business, Pruzan told an industry conference on 14 September.

    "The...

  • The Criminal Cases Review Commission has confirmed it is aiming to issue a decision in October on whether to refer convicted Libor rigger Tom Hayes’ case to the Court of Appeal. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 14:06

    The Criminal Cases Review Commission has confirmed it is aiming to issue a decision in October on whether to refer convicted Libor rigger Tom Hayes’ case to the Court of Appeal.

    The CCRC, an independent body responsible for investigating suspected miscarriages of justice, told lawyers for the former UBS and Citigroup trader that while it was close to completing its decision-making process on Hayes’ case, a decision would likely not be forthcoming until next month at the earliest.

    In...

  • The UK's trade body for asset managers has added a cohort of heavyweight industry executives to its board, but remains unclear if it has addressed criticism received over a lack of ethnic diversity. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 14:01

    The UK's trade body for asset managers has added a cohort of heavyweight industry executives to its board, but remains unclear if it has addressed criticism received over a lack of ethnic diversity.

    Among the seven new additions to the Investment Association's board are BlackRock's Stephen Cohen, who heads the US asset manager's business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, as well as Schroders chief executive Peter Harrison.

    Sean...

  • Big Four audit firm PwC UK has said that 14% of its staff come from working class backgrounds and tend to receive lower pay packets than their peers. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 14:01

    Big Four audit firm PwC UK has said that 14% of its staff come from working class backgrounds and tend to receive lower pay packets than their peers.

    The firm said staff from a lower socio-economic background were paid a median 12.1% less than their colleagues, according to pay gap data based on parental occupation which the firm has published for the first time.

    “Closing...

  • Rothschild & Co has elevated the UK's former top civil servant to its board, as the independent investment bank unveiled record results for its advisory unit this year. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 13:56

    Rothschild & Co has elevated the UK's former top civil servant to its board, as the independent investment bank unveiled record results for its advisory unit this year.

    Lord Mark Sedwill has been named as a member of Rothschild's supervisory board, the bank said in a statement, taking over from Anthony de Rothschild, the 44-year-old member of the banking family who will remain as a senior adviser to the group.

    Lord...

  • "The biggest factor for short-sellers, and often the most overlooked, is actually passive investing." Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 13:46

    Short-seller Carson Block, founder and chief investment officer of Muddy Waters Capital, spoke with Financial News in a Barron's Live event earlier this month. The influential investor discussed the wild ride in markets this year, and how he approaches conditions he says are hard for short-sellers.

    Below is an excerpt from the interview. It has been edited for length and clarity.

    On...

  • Congratulations to Capital Four Management, @FasanaraCapital, Polar Capital and @TwentyFourAM for being shortlisted in FN's #AMAwards2021 Link https://t.co/jOmahyU9uJ
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 13:41

    Financial News is pleased to announce the shortlists for the Asset Management Awards 2021.

    We will be releasing the names of the nominees in three to four categories each day until 17th September. All the shortlists can be found below and they will be updated every morning.

    The winners will be announced via a live blog at 4pm BST on 21st October....

  • Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has filed an application to be approved as a futures provider, as it seeks to join the crowded digital assets derivatives market. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 13:41

    Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has filed an application to be approved as a futures provider, as it seeks to join the crowded digital assets derivatives market.

    Coinbase said it had applied for membership with the National Futures Association, a top self-regulatory body in the US, as a futures commission merchant on 15 September.

    The move...

  • RT @emilyjnicolle: Binance, the crypto exchange which famously has no clear headquarters, is to restructure itself as a centralised busines…
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 13:41
  • Morgan Stanley is set to grow its debt capital markets and leveraged finance business as revenues in the sector have remained high throughout 2021, says chief operating officer Jonathan Pruzan. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 13:21

    Morgan Stanley is set to grow its debt capital markets and leveraged finance business as revenues in the sector have remained high throughout 2021, says chief operating officer Jonathan Pruzan.

    The Wall Street bank, which has typically lagged US rivals in DCM, will "continue to grow" its debt advisory business, Pruzan told an industry conference on 14 September.

    "The...

  • The Criminal Cases Review Commission has confirmed it is aiming to issue a decision in October on whether to refer convicted Libor rigger Tom Hayes’ case to the Court of Appeal. Link
    Financial News Thu 16 Sep 2021 13:06

    The Criminal Cases Review Commission has confirmed it is aiming to issue a decision in October on whether to refer convicted Libor rigger Tom Hayes’ case to the Court of Appeal.

    The CCRC, an independent body responsible for investigating suspected miscarriages of justice, told lawyers for the former UBS and Citigroup trader that while it was close to completing its decision-making process on Hayes’ case, a decision would likely not be forthcoming until next month at the earliest.

    In...

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