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James Woolery, a partner at Cravath, has been named co-head of North American mergers and acquisitions, alongside Chris Ventresca. [Bloomberg]
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First week he’s mopping floors, next week it’s the fries
this adds to the debate: JD>MBA>CFA…discuss
any relation to chuck?
yes. they’re brothers from another mother.
Cravath is Primerica of law firms.
I wore a cravath my first day at work. Didn’t work out so well…
-Former Barclays Banker
Guys’s a tool. He’s going to do like all the other Cravath partners – fail at business and run baclk to mommy.
Cravath was the market share among the largest companies in the U.S. fifth law for merger advice in the past three years, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
When you say “all the other Cravath partners”, do you mean like Bob Kindler, Vice Chairman and Global Head of M&A at Morgan Stanley?
With that said, I take no issue with your characterization of Woolery as a tool. Carry on.
trick question. it’s PhD>MFA>JD>MS>MA>MBA>CFA
JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) shuffled the management of its deals advisory business on Thursday, naming Jimmy Elliott as global chairman of M&A and hiring a Cravath, Swaine & Moore lawyer to co-head North America M&A