Citigroup, on the other hand, is still feeling under the weather.
Still, in retrospect, even Paras Shah would probably admit that outright theft was a poor choice.
JPMorgan sees Citi’s 31% trading boost and 12% RoE and raises it 55% and 15%.
Everyone else is doing it, so now Michael Corbat is too.
The Citi chief has scratched and clawed his way to the top from the depths, and he’s not gonna let anyone—least of all bankers—drag him back down.
Time to "update" your resumes, Deutsche rainmakers.
Jamie Forese is stepping down from his role as Corbat's heir apparent.
Getting caught paying $70 for a South Florida handjob is one way to get out of the hedge fund industry.
Vikram Pandit's former right hand man to be charged with paying some women for the use of their right, and probably also left, hands.
The least memorable man in finance got a 4% bump, which feels quite fitting.
Mike Corbat: “I got creamed by that December volatility…come at me, bro.”
John Dugan is the new chairman of the world's most boring megabank.
Citi tells Amazon to split in two, wonders aloud if there are any banks that know how to do that.
Here's a dumb thing you might not have noticed about another dumb thing.
Sorry Seth Golden, it's Jamie Dimon's turn to make some money now.
After all, it wasn’t misleading any really important clients.
We presume at this point that even secretaries at Deutsche Bank are empowered to cut $80 million checks to make people/regulators go away.
Citi might be rethinking the whole "let them come sue us" thing.
No Brexits this quarter, unfortunately.
Or why Citi, according to its own logic, is undercapitalized by $50 billion.