Wall Street & Chief Financial Officer

Wall Street refers to the financial district of New York City, named after and centered on the eight-block-long street running from Broadway to South Street on the East River in Lower Manhattan. The chief financial officer (CFO) or Chief financial and operating officer (CFOO) is a corporate officer primarily responsible for managing the financial risks of the corporation. 4.7/5

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The recruitment of Gary Gensler, a former Wall Street regulator, as chief financial officer was meant to show the Clinton …
Is it time to panic yet? The trading business on Wall Street is continuing to get walloped. Indeed, Citigroup chief financial officer John Gerspach just told attendees at a conference that the bank's second-quarter revenues from trading stocks and bonds may plummet by as much as 25%, compared to the…
Morgan Stanley commods revenue fell 38 pct in 2013; Goldman flat Commodity revenues fell nearly 40 percent at Morgan Stanley and remained flat at Goldman Sachs Group Inc last year, according to filings from the two biggest Wall Street commodities players that face a changing regulatory landscape. Morgan Stanley's commodity net revenues decreased by 38 percent from 2012, a second straight annual drop, in what the bank described in its annual report to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as "challenging market-making conditions." Commodities net revenues fell 20 percent in 2012 over 2011. The dwindling revenues follow tighter restrictions on banks trading with their own money and heightened public scrutiny of their role in the natural resources supply chain. Goldman Sachs said its commodity net revenues for 2013 were "essentially unchanged" from 2012. The bank had said in 2012 it saw "significantly lower" revenues over 2011. The bank reported $902 million in revenues from market-making activities in co ...
A MUST READ. This came in email today.A must read for all you Obama lovers.A MUST READ. Where are Jim, Tim, and Franklin now? Just in case you might have wondered how their ineptitude affected their lives after they ruined so many dreams and lives. Where are Jim, Tim and Franklin now? Here's a quick look into the three former Fannie Mae executives who brought down Wall Street. Franklin Raines - was a Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Fannie Mae. Raines was forced to retire from his position with Fannie Mae when auditing discovered severe irregularities in Fannie Mae's accounting activities. Raines left with a "Golden Parachute valued at $240 million in benefits. The Government filed suit against Raines when the depthof the accounting scandal became clear. Tim Howard - was the Chief Financial Officer of Fannie Mae. Howard "was a strong internal proponent of using accounting strategies that would ensure a "stable pattern of earnings" at Fannie. Investigations by federal regulators a ...
'Wall Street bankers could have averted the global financial crisis ... Charles Ferguson argues that they should be prosecuted.' Charles Ferguson, Guardian UK
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