INVESTMENT BANKING DATABASE: Energy & Power
- Burma. Tang, Peter // Offshore;Dec96, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p18
Reports on Malaysian company Genting Sanyen's acquisition of offshore blocks M-3 and M-4 in the Gulf of Martaban. Terms of the deal; Genting's payment of United States seven million dollars per tract.
- Kuala Langat uses 13E2s on a fast-track to 667 MW. // Modern Power Systems;May95, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p27
Focuses on Malaysia's Kuala Langat combined cycle power station built by Genting Sanyen Power project. Development by independent power producers (IPPs) of projects to cope with electricity demand; Technological and engineering concepts used in plant's design; Use of GT13Es turbines on power...
- ABB to build Kuala Langat plant. // Modern Power Systems;Feb94, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p9
Reports on the selection of ABB by Malaysia's electric power producer Genting Sanyen Power to build a nuclear power plant in Kuala Langat, Malaysia. Planned conversion of plant to combined cycle operation.
- TNB and IPPs sign integrity pact. // Malay Mail;7/4/2012, p7
The article reports that Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) and several independent power producers (IPP) which include YTL Power Generation Sdn Bhd and Genting Sanyen Power Sdn Bhd offered support to the Integrity Pact recommended by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
- Lehman to axe a dozen London real estate jobs. McClary, Samantha // Estates Gazette;1/26/2008, Issue 803, p41
The article reports that investment bank Lehman Brothers has warned its staff about layoffs. Lehman become the latest investment bank to cut its real estate team in the wake of the credit crunch. Around 12 staff in the London, England-based real estate team have been told that their jobs are at...
- Lehman to Discuss Subprime with Critics. Julavits, Robert // American Banker;8/4/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 149, p20
Focuses on the decision of Lehman Brothers Inc. to meet with the activist group, Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, to discuss concerns about predatory lending in the United States. Efforts to prevent further protests by the group; Demand of the group to investment banks to...
- Last holdout Lehman turns to downsizing. Gandel, Stephen // Crain's New York Business;8/26/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 34, p1
Reports the downsizing of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. investment bank in New York City. Dismissal of several employees; Reduction cuts in the company's communications and human resources staff; Signal of the company's retrenchment.
- Lehman aims to go it alone. Gandel, Stephen // Crain's New York Business;07/31/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 31, p1
Reports on the stock performance of Wall Street investment bank Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. in the wake of mergers in the industry. Stock price movement in 2000; Financial performance; Hiring of additional analysts; Acquisition of a brokerage business from SG Cowen; Better performance of...
- McGee to Run Lehman Investment banking. // American Banker;12/20/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 243, p18
Reports on announcement by Lehman Brothers Holding Inc. that Hugh McGee has been promoted to succeed Bradley Jack as the global head of investment banking. Provides details of Mr. McGee's investment career; Focuses on other Wall Street firms who have made management changes at the executive...