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26 February 2016

Options Group Daily News - February 26

HEADLINES

GLOBAL:  Hedge-Fund Assets Below $3 Trillion for First Time Since 2014

AMERICAS:  Wells Fargo CEO Stumpf Gets $830,000 in Restricted Stock

EMEA:  Blow for Osborne as RBS Hit by £2bn Loss

 

FIXED INCOME/CURRENCIES

GLOBAL: UBS Reshuffles FX Prime Brokerage Ranks

AMERICAS:  SocGen Said to Cut 5 From New York Office in Fixed-Income Cull

EMEA:  Latif Set to Join Citi in May from Goldman Sachs

 

EQUITIES

GLOBAL:  Schroders Emerging Markets Equity Head Conway to Retire

GLOBAL:  BlackRock $85 Billion Manager Says Stock Pickers’ Time Has Come

 

INVESTMENT BANKING/PRIVATE EQUITY

GLOBAL:  Sberbank Appoints New Acting Head of Global Markets in Management Changes

GLOBAL:  CIBC Mellon Appoints New Global Head of Securities Lending

EMEA:  Ex-BNPP Infrastructure Head Joins CBRE

 

COMMODITIES

GLOBAL:  Halliburton to Slash 5,000 More Jobs Amid Oil Slump

 

HEDGE FUNDS/ASSET MANAGEMENT

AMERICAS:  Morgan Stanley Investment Management Announces New Leadership Roles

EMEA:  BTG Hedge Fund Unit Said to Cut 60 Jobs After Assets Decline

 

PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT/PRIVATE BANKING

AMERICAS:  Raymond James Grabs $1B Team from Stifel

AMERICAS:  MetLife in Talks to Sell U.S. Advisor Network to MassMutual