AIG Weighs Joining Suit Against Government
The lawsuit, filed by former chairman Maurice “Hank” Greenberg, argues that the government was unfair to its shareholders through the way it conducted its bailout of the insurer.
Judge Says Greenberg Accusations Against Fed ‘Worthy of an Oliver Stone Movie’
A federal district court judge in New York on Monday dismissed a lawsuit brought by former AIG chief Maurice “Hank” Greenberg against the Federal Reserve Board regarding the Fed's rescue of AIG in 2008.
Ahead of Hurricane Sandy, Markets Shut Up Shop
Both the NYSE and Nasdaq were closed Monday due to the superstorm, though electronic trades continue on Arca, and SIFMA recommends bond market closure.
President Romney’s Cabinet: Who Would He Choose?
If Gov. Romney wins the election, his Cabinet will take a very different direction on economic policy than Obama’s. Here are some of the choices to head those key posts.
Don't Discount Muni Risks
Municipal bonds have lower default rates and carry lower risk because credit raters say so—how many times have we heard that?
4 Strikes Against Municipal Bonds
It’s easy to contrast the muni-bond market of 2008 with today’s landscape – but there are significant differences.
Muni Bond Danger Lurks Where Investors Don’t Suspect It
While the vast majority of traditional, plain-vanilla muni bonds carry virtually no risk of default, the real danger lurking in muni bonds comes from an overlooked area of the market.
New York on Solid Ground to Sanction Standard Chartered, Experts Say
Experts in the U.S. and abroad say that the bank's internal e-mails give the New York regulator a basis for its unilateral action.
New Hire Roundup: Tiger 21 Names Garella San Francisco Chairwoman
This week in new hires, Tiger 21 named Julie Garella chairwoman of its San Francisco group, Eagle Asset Management brought in four new portfolio managers in Vermont, and Steven Young went to Citi Private Bank.
N.Y. Action on Standard Chartered Surprised Other Regulators
Not only was Standard Chartered apparently blindsided by the move, so were federal regulators; negotiations had been ongoing for some time for what the bank hoped would be a quiet settlement.