IDD OutTakes

June 2005
Investment Dealers' Digest;6/27/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 25, p5
Trade Publication
The article presents information on updated services of various financial organizations in the U.S. Credit Suisse First Boston Corp. hired 10 professionals in its U.S. rates business, including two managing directors. Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. is bulking up its presence in equities. The firm has brought on Brett Bums as a managing director based in Boston. Citigroup Inc. is said to have reached a 4 billion dollars agreement with Legg Mason to swap its asset management business for Legg's brokerage business, according to a report from the periodical "The New York Times." A federal appeals court ruled that the Securities and Exchange Commission must produce a cost-benefit analysis to substantiate its requirement that the boards of mutual funds need to have an independent chairman and that at least 75% of their directors must be independent.


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