Tag Archives: 1960s


Ken Moelis Waits for Bat Phone to Ring as Wall Street Rebounds

Bloomberg – The office of Kenneth Moelis in Los Angeles is a shrine to an investment banking career spent catering to the rich. Shelves and a table groan under the weight of dozens of Lucite deal tombstones featuring companies controlled […]

Geneva Funds of Funds Slump as Banks Struggle to Nullify Madoff

Bloomberg – Geneva banks, which began investing client money in funds of hedge funds during the 1960s, are struggling to rebuild the business after market losses and Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme cut assets by 72 percent. The assets of funds […]

Geneva Funds of Funds Slump as Banks Struggle to Nullify Madoff

Bloomberg – Geneva banks, which began investing client money in funds of hedge funds during the 1960s, are struggling to rebuild the business after market losses and Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme cut assets by 72 percent. The assets of funds […]

HK’s Bank of East Asia posts first loss in four decades

Forbes – Bank of East Asia, Hong Kong’s fifth-largest lender, posted a bigger-than-expected second-half loss and slashed its dividend, after selling a debt portfolio at a steep loss. The bank (BEA), which reported its first half-year loss since the 1960s, […]

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