Hiring: It's Back On the Street
- Merrill exec shares risk. Luhby, Tami // Crain's New York Business;11/01/99, Vol. 15 Issue 44, p19
Profiles William Egan, head of Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc.'s insurance investment banking group. Career history; Achievements; Responsibilities in the company.
- Merrill Hires 3 for Private Banking. Ring, Niamh // American Banker;5/3/2001, Vol. 166 Issue 85, p3
Announces Merrill Lynch & Co.'s recruitment of three former J.P. Morgan & Co. private banking executives to its London, England-based wealth management unit. Duties and responsibilities of Kathleen McKay, Johnny Moss, and Irene Manis.
- PEOPLE. Launder, William; Dobbs, Kevin // American Banker;11/30/2007, Vol. 172 Issue 230, p2
The article presents news briefs regarding banks and banking. A computer error provided instant credit approval for applicants of Citgroup Inc.'s credit cards for Kmart retail stores. A group called Save the American Dream asked investment bankers from companies including Goldman Sachs, Merrill...
- Pace of change. Thickett, Robert // Mortgage Strategy;9/11/2006, p52
The article presents an interview with Daniel Pace, head of Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. Global Structured Finance and Investments division in Great Britain. When asked about his job and background at the company he work with, he replied about his position and the type of business the company is...
- Goodbye Good Buys? VERMA, VIRENDRA // Business Today;7/13/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 14, p31
The article reports on a new equity research rating model which has been launched by the global investment bank Merrill Lynch & Co. As reported, this model attempts to be more performance-oriented. According to Candace Browning, President, Merrill Lynch Global Research, in this model the...
- Merrill Wants Back in Junk. Bruno, Joe Bel // Investment Dealers' Digest;4/19/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 16, p7
Reports on the business recovery strategy by the banking company, Merryll Lynch and Co. by capturing high-profile financial deals and recruitment of employees. Capital investments; Focus on profitability; Expansion of the leveraged finance origination team; Operations in the bond market.
- Merrill Lynch offering top dollar, woos 5 chemical loan syndicators. Goodwin, William // American Banker;6/20/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 117, p22
Reports on Merrill Lynch & Co.'s attempt to recruit five chemical loan syndicators from Chemical Banking Corporation. Salaries offered; Investment banks' luring away of employees from commercial banks; Need to gain the ability to finance all levels of the client's balance sheet.
- In brief. Seiberg, Jaret; Fraser, Katharine; Hochstein, Marc // American Banker;3/11/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 47, p26
Presents news on banks in the United States for March 11, 1999. Court decision over the credit union case of the American Bankers Association; Resignation of J. Arthur Urciuoli as executive of Merrill Lynch; Decrease of mortgage applications for the week ending March 5.
- Merril Raid Gives Instant Cachet. Abrams, Sandra Lea // Investment Dealers' Digest;4/25/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 16, p13
The article informs that Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc.'s pilfering of an elite group of seven real estate bankers from Citigroup last week gives Merrill instant cachet in real estate banking circles, while Citi may well have to reinvent itself in the sector as its strong league-table rankings come...
- Head to head: battle of the investment banks. // Dow Theory Forecasts;6/4/2007, Vol. 63 Issue 23, p2
The article analyzes the Dow Theory Forecasts of U.S. investment banks, Goldman Sachs & Co., Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. and Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc. based on Quadrix stock-rating system. As per the Quadrix stock-rating, the companies earned overall scores of 97 among 36 firms in the investment...