Key Investment Banking Moves – Credit Suisse KEY MOVES Credit Suisse grow in IB as they hire senior healthcare and business & information bankers: Credit Suisse Group AG has hired Cory Rapkin as vice chairman in the healthcare group of its investment banking and capital markets division. Rapkin peviously worked at JP Morgan. Credit Suisse has…

Key Investment Banking Moves – Rothschild KEY MOVES Rothschild adds four more bankers in the US: Reza Vahabzadeh, from Perella Weinberg, joining consumer team, NY based Siddharth Hariharan, from JP Morgan, joining consumer team, LA based Aashis Mehta, from Lazard, joining healthcare team, NY based Timothy Hotchandani, from Deutsche Bank, joining healthcare team, NY based

Key Investment Banking Moves – JP Morgan KEY MOVES JP Morgan has reshuffled its senior investment banking team in Asia Pacific: Daniel Darahem has been promoted to Head of ECM for Asia Pacific. He will continue to run the Strategic Investors Group and Equity Private Placement. Nick Johnson, who previously ran ECM has moved into a…

Key Investment Banking Moves – Barclays KEY MOVES New Barclays boss Tim Throsby (arrived in January from JPM) has made his first round of changes: Joe McGrath has been promoted to the new position of Global Head of Banking alongside existing duties as Chief Executive of Barclays in the Americas. John Miller has been promoted…

PLAY BALL Armstrong International Executive search consultant Competitive salary Exceptional bonus Armstrong International is recruiting consultants to join its exceptional London based team. We are looking for people who can become involved in business development, consulting business managers, identifying and meeting new clients and candidates, managing the recruitment process end to end and working towards…

Expanded Investment Banking Capabilities We are delighted to introduce Armstrong International’s expanded Corporate & Investment Banking team. Working with a range of clients from advisory boutiques to universal banks, the team has developed deep expertise across all aspects of investment banking: M & A Country Coverage Sector Coverage Corporate Broking ECM Leveraged Finance Real Estate…

Banks add staff to cut costs In an attempt to improve cost – income ratios within the financial services sector, the buzz – word “simplification” is on everyone’s lips. Few firms (except for maybe Goldman Sachs) still claim to be ‘all things to all men,’ selling any financial product that a client could possibly desire….

Efficient and effective utilization of resources are key objectives of UK banks. Financial institutions adopt a view that remaining efficient is important when trying to remain competitive, a number of statistical studies show that the most efficient banks have substantial cost and competitive advantages over those with average or below average efficiency. Banks obsess over…

It has been more than six years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, which brought the financial system to its knees and forced the big banks in the US and Europe to turn to their governments for help. Management has been focused on ‘fixing the bank’ and on meeting regulatory demands, such as rebuilding capital…

By Nicola Meaden Grenham, PhD, Senior Adviser, Armstrong International Investment competition in the private markets continues to advance at a speedy pace. It is particularly strong in Europe as an increasing number of mid-sized North American pension funds enter a market that has been, hitherto, the domain of the large institutional investors and the sovereign…

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