That is, if they’re still in a position to enjoy political salvation after today.
Brokers like to leak information of fund liquidation fire sales, science says.
Tim Sloan is just pulling up behind brokers in his car, rolling down the window halfway and whispering "How much?"
Small-time (alleged!) crook edition.
Don't ask JP Morgan for an explanation why it wrote complaints about an ex-employee and put clients signatures on the bottom.
Earlier this morning it was reported that Morgan Stanley "reviewed its visitor logs" upon hearing that one of its employees was supposedly conducting business with Anna Gristina/Scotland, a purveyor of prostitutes, when she was arrested this week. In the event the bank is still on the hunt, Charlie Gasparino claims to have a name. "...the executive involved with UES madam has been identified as David Walker, a broker in the midtown office. He has not been charged and didn’t return calls. Morgan Stanley has no comment." Not to be confused with this guy.