Goldman Sach’s John Shaffer, the quarterback on Penn State’s 1987 national championship team, will join Joe Paterno and other Wall Streeter teammates this weekend to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the school’s most recent national football title.Citi is hosting a charity doughnut eating contest for its traders on October 10.
Phil Falcone’s Harbinger Capital’s assets under management have fallen below $5 billion.
Covepoint Capital Advisors, the hedge fund founded by Melissa Ko, fell 38 per cent in September.
The Blackstone Group’s GSO Capital Partners unit will merge its own European platform with that of Dublin-based Harbourmaster Capital.
Hedge fund manager, Adam Sender, founder of Exis Capital, will put his massive contemporary art collection up for display.
Niki Marx, a former stripper turned hedge fund manager, says her fund is up 160% YTD.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley said she may sue major banks such as Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and Ally Financial after she “lost confidence” that they will reach an adequate agreement to resolve disputes over foreclosure practices.
Investment bank Moelis has named former UBS Russia chief executive Steven Meehan as a managing director in healthcare investment banking.
Bank of America is expected to launch a PR move to lobby congress to make sure the $5 monthly fee for its debit card holders stays.
Morgan Stanley is apparently telling its employees to expect significantly lower bonuses.
The Deutsche banker caught with a gun in his luggage at Hong Kong airport won’t serve a prison sentence because he has a personality disorder, a judge says.
Mitt Romney has the support of Wall Streeters such as JPMorgan’s James Lee and hedge fund managers such as Paul Singer, Clifford Asness and Dan Loeb.
Occupy Wall Street already has $40k in the bank that they’ve collected primarily from buckets in front of Zucotti Park and more is expected to “roll in.”
Meanwhile, “Occupy Sesame Street” is starting to get violent.