“Client” in the news
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· Interactive Brokers July DARTs slip 4% M/M →
Ending client equity of $218.6B is 8% higher than June's and 40% higher than a year ago.
· Court: Hugo Chávez’s former nurse hid gold in secret vault →
Ismael Oliver, the Madrid-based lawyer of both Díaz and her husband, said that his clients had “no knowledge, official or otherwise,” of the investigation by Liechtenstein.
· Low Rates Make Northern Trust A Sell →
NTRS collects this net interest margin by holding client cash and investing it in slightly higher yielding assets.
· Hunting For Bargains In The Nasdaq 100 →
The company added 36 new e-commerce direct clients globally.
· Goldman Sachs Comes Up With Tinder for Mergers →
As air travel remains taboo, and with working from home set to be the norm for corporate offices for the foreseeable future, bankers are looking for new technologies to help their clients find transactions remotely.
· The South Got Something To Say: A Celebration Of Southern Rap (2015-2019) →
He grounds his random spurts of humor in flashbacks to life before Playaz Circle, as a dealer for clients like Lil Wayne when drug trafficker Big Meech still roamed free.
· Money Stuff: Now an App Can Pitch Mergers →
The firm plans to offer it to clients and hopes they will be able to use it to identify under-performing parts of their businesses that make them vulnerable to attacks by activist investors or those that score poorly on environmental, social and government issues.
· Commerzbank Names Vetter as Chairman Over Cerberus Objections →
Commerzbank’s corporate clients head Roland Boekhout is the leading internal candidate to take the job but Chief Financial Officer Bettina Orlopp is seen as a potential alternative, and the bank is also looking for external options, Bloomberg has reported.
· Best And Worst Q3 2020: Basic Materials ETFs And Mutual Funds →
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