*"Home" in this case being BlueCrest Capital Management.
The blue windbreakers are now making biannual visits to the trading floors of 200 West Street.
Over at 200 West Street, the trading Trotskyites are bailing out the WeWork-investing Stalinists [this is a perfect allegory].
Marty Chavez is going back to his New Mexico monastery.
You still have a gig trading equities, and you want more? Are traders greedy or something?
Everyone else is doing it, so now Michael Corbat is too.
20-year veteran and head of program is thought to be the latest victim of DJ D-Sol and John Waldron's trading floor megadeath.
We assume he is legally changing his name to Credit Suisse.
Market war crimes are still crimes.
Otherwise next week's bonus conversations could get awkward.
Before the financial crisis, young Wall Street hot shots used to clamor to get named in Trader Monthly’s "Top Traders Under 30." Trader Monthly has been relegated to the dustbin of failed financial publications, but Wall Street Cheat Sheet decided to spend the last 8 months finding the top 3 traders under 30 and anoint them the new BSDs of finance. Their raw talent is compared to that of pro ball players Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard and LaBron James.