research settlement

  • Is it not odd that the two protagonists of the research-analyst fight, Spitzer and Blodget, are like permanent fixtures of our public life?


    Research Analysts Are Talking To Companies Again

    Apparently FINRA is looking into whether sell-side research analysts are doing some naughty things, which is an evergreen topic, though you might almost imagine that the current round is being prompted by the return to public life of Eliot Spitzer, who gets a quote in the DealBook article. Eliot Spitzer: not a fan of research-analyst […]

    / Aug 12, 2013 at 10:53 AM
  • The complaint actually mentions that he mostly worked in New York but spent "one to one-half days per week" in Stamford, which I guess is relevant somehow?

    Banks, News

    UBS CMBS Strategist Did Not Like UBS’s CMBS Strategy

    Investment banks are in large part in the business of creating and selling products to customers. So are lots of other companies. Kia dealers, for instance, sell cars to customers, and part of the job of a Kia salesman is to say to customers “this Sorento is awesome and you should buy it.” This can […]

    / Aug 3, 2012 at 11:55 AM

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