When Mark Walter, the chief executive officer of Guggenheim Partners LLC, ran Chicago investment firm Liberty Hampshire Co., a junior associate asked in 1996 why he decided to accept money from outside investors.
Jefferies Group Inc., the investment bank selling itself to Leucadia National Corp., will pay employees year-end bonuses in immediately available cash.
The growing number of Israeli companies deciding to list abroad is turning out to be a boon for investors on the local stock exchange.
Jefferies Group Inc.’s plan to pay two executives $78 million of incentive compensation could hurt the firm’s bondholders, Moody’s Investors Service said.
Jefferies Group Inc.’s sale to Leucadia National Corp. is Richard Handler’s attempt to solve a puzzle every mid-size securities firm is facing: How to spur earnings without ratcheting up on leverage.
Jefferies Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer Richard Handler’s pay for fiscal 2011 fell 7.9 percent after the investment bank’s shares slid 48 percent last year and he declined a $4.88 million bonus.
Jefferies Group Inc., the investment bank that boosted staff after the financial crisis, said it will claw back 2011 bonuses from any employees who defect to competitors next year.
"Almost of all of Israeli stocks trading here are in the high-tech and health-care sectors and are more connected to the U.S. and the resurgence of tech spending here."
- Brian Friedman on Aug 23, 2014