The latest articles on Citigroup for wealth managers.

  • Nov 27, 2012

    Is Sallie Krawcheck "Running" for SEC Chair? If Not, She Should Be:

      Sallie Krawcheck, aka Mrs. Clean, is rumored to be on the short list to succeed Mary Schapiro as the chairman of the SEC. In recent week, Sallie has been on various social media (LinkedIn and Twitter), weighing in on the various vexing conflict-of-interest issues facing Wall Street. In fact, according to one account, Sallie has posted some 700 or so Tweets, many about regulatory matters....More
  • Oct 3, 2012

    Will Banks Sell Their Asset Management Units? Will BofA Sell Merrill? The Rumors Persist 1

    In a recent report, Cerulli Associates predicts that banks that own asset management units will want to sell them off, well, once the economic outlook looks rosier, that is....More
  • Sep 12, 2012

    Analyst: Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Joint Venture Has an "Embarrassing History"

    Brad Hintz, financial services senior analyst for Bernstein Research, rates shares of Morgan Stanley an “outperform,” yet pulls no punches in his comments on the MS’ deal with Citigroup. For example, Hintz says, “MS has fabulously disappointed investors with the execution of its integration plans.” (Of course, in MS’ defense, the technological integration is a pretty huge job and very complicated, too.)...More
  • Jun 29, 2012

    Closing the Barn Door Too Late? Banks Are Healthier Now than in 2007. Yet Moody's Recently Downgraded 17 Banks. Why?

    Banks have more capital than in 2007 and are in general healthier. Yet, like closing the barn door after the mustang has wandered off, Moody downgraded 17 banks. Moody's recent downgrade explained....More
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