Kevin McNulty has returned to the market after a two year hiatus, taking over the reins at the International Securities Lending Association. He tells why he chose now to return.
Bill McNabb, chief executive of US asset manager Vanguard, explains why he chose possibly the darkest hour to launch a strategy of international expansion.
Ashley Wilson is the latest big hire by one of the rising stars of the prime brokerage world - Barclays Capital. He tells Craig MacDonald about his plans to build the
Mark Weeks is one of the most well respected men in securities finance, with a career spanning twenty years. Craig MacDonald speaks to him about his glory days at London Global, why he left UBS, and his current job at ETF Securities.
The Bear Stearns collapse and subsequent acquisition by J. P. Morgan seemed a good fit for both firms at the time, both by design and by necessity. Craig MacDonald speaks to Andrew Jamieson about the integration.
Last year Charlotte Wall saw her career at Morgan Stanley end after 15 years. And took some well deserved time out of the industry to evaluate what her next move would be. Her job choice may have surprised some in the industry, but according to her, it is the perfect fit. Craig MacDonald reports.
Sifting through the financial media, you will be hard pressed to not find an article relating to hedge fund losses, redemptions and possible regulation. But to gauge true state of this industry, you must speak to the ones who track the funds. Ian Hall speaks to leading hedge fund industry data provider, Hedge Fund Research's President, Kenneth Heinz about his outlook for the hedge fund industry and what the numbers really say.