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Financial Times

Boutiques shake up European IPO advice market
Daniel Schäfer, 17 Feb 2013

It comes at a time when the world’s largest banks have chopped their front office staff in equity capital markets by 11 per cent...

http://on.ft.com/1kynC6f

 

Bloomberg

Commodities revenue of 10 top banks fell 24% in 2012
Maria Kolesnikova & Chanyaporn Chanjaroen, 15 Feb 2013

Commodities revenue at the 10 largest banks slumped 24 percent last year, the first drop since at least 2008, according to analytics company Coalition.

http://bloom.bg/1aU3kii

 

Bloomberg

JPMorgan Said to Fire Traders, Realign Pay Amid Slump
Dawn Kopecki, Michael J. Moore & Heather Hauswirth, 15 Feb 2013

Industrywide equities- trading revenue fell 5 percent last year, the third straight annual drop, according to analytics firm Coalition Ltd.

http://bloom.bg/1jMaahD

 

Bloomberg

Investment Banks Cut Senior Staff by 12% in 2012, Coalition Says
Ambereen Choudhury, 14 Feb 2013

The 10 largest investment banks including Barclays Plc, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Deutsche Bank AG reduced the number of front-office jobs by 12 percent...

http://bloom.bg/1bCBqvx

 

Financial News

Dougan laments ‘unfair playing field’
Giles Turner and Vivek Ahuja, 07 Feb 2013

Cash equities have been hard it in 2012 by declining volumes, falling 30%, or $7.8bn, of total equities revenues across the largest 10 banks...

http://bit.ly/1jMaixH

 

Bloomberg

Barclyas’s Chiwata Is Swapping His Spreadsheets for Scuba
Yoshiaki Nohara & Eijiro Ueno, 31 Jan 2013

Employees on stocks desks fell by 8.5 percent globally in the first nine months of last year, according to a survey by industry-analytics firm Coalition Ltd.

http://bloom.bg/1cAkN3V