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  • Merrill Lynch Case Study

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    reasons existing of the acquisition of Merrill Lynch, we have come about four key reasons and rationales; the first, being that Bank of America’s CEO and Chairman of the board during 2008, Kenneth Lewis, had eyes on Merrill Lynch even before the financial crisis came about, thus he and the management believed that this would be the best time to buy over ML to extend the brawn of Bank of America’s muscle in wealth management. Secondly, ML was facing severe liquidity issues. By the next trading day of 15th

  • Greek Architecture in New York

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    democracy. When analyzing the architecture of New York City, one will find many examples of Greek Revival architecture, the most notable examples being the Old Custom House on 28 Wall Street, the first National City Bank building on 55 Wall Street, and Saint Peter’s Church at 22 Barclay Street. The Old Custom House located on 28 Wall Street was built by Ithiel Town and Alexander Jackson Davis in 1833.It is made of stone and has a distinctive Greek Revival style of architecture. It was carved from marble

  • The Lehman Brothers Case

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    their business and their ambitions grew up, and opened the Futures trading venture in US. With efforts the firm moved to dealing of commodities with merchant banking. The success of bank was up to at mark. Unfortunately in 1969, the Lehman’s family member left the firm. After 1969 that firm converted into the investment bank and name was Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc. The Chief Executive of the Company was Richard Fuld. He was very aggressive person towards his work. The company was taking the big risks

  • Financial Analyst

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    implement this interest that I mention above, than it would be position of financial analyst. In the further text I would focus myself on the financial analysis and firms that need financial analyst (also called security and investment analyst), like banks, insurance companies, mutual and pension funds, securities firms. However I tried to be realistic, so I didn't look to much into future. I focused my self on today and possible internships in this field. It is difficult to say how promising it is

  • Yerkey V Jones Case Study

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    Yerkey V Jones : The Principle Expressed by Dixon J . Mr Jones intended to purchase a poultry farm for £3,300 With condition that Mr Jones should procure a second mortgage from his wife for £1000 The solicitor of the creditors prepared the mortgage and Mr Jones persuaded his wife to sign and made liable to pay £1,000. Mr Jones failed in his poultry business. Mrs Jones sought equitable remedy, claiming she did not understand the nature of the transaction and did not receive any independent legal

  • Business Analysis: Barclays, a Major Financial Services Provider

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    1. INTRODUCTION Barclays is a major global financial services provider engaged in retail banking. Bar-clays is organised within these business clusters: Corporate and Investment Banking, Wealth and Investment Management; and Retail and Business Banking. The Corporate and Investment Banking, Wealth and Investment Management cluster comprises three business units: Corporate banking; Investment banking; and Wealth and investment management. The Retail and Business Banking cluster comprises four business

  • The Effect of US Financial Crisis on India

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    Financial Crisis on India Lehman Brothers is no more. Merrill Lynch has gone down the Bank of America maw. AIG too could go belly up. With a doubt, these developments in America are the most shocking events to have hit global financial markets. So where did it all begin? And what does it mean for the Indian stock markets? Find out. . . What is (or was) Lehman Brothers? America's fourth-largest investment bank Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc has filed the biggest bankruptcy petition known to mankind

  • Customer Service

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    customer what they want and need”. All business organisations need to make certain that their customers are satisfied with the service they receive because; customers are the most important part of any successful organisations. Businesses such as, Barclays aim to exceed customer expectation in order to ensure that customers enjoy themselves, leave having enjoyed themselves and return in the coming future. Good customer service makes customers satisfied by fulfilling their needs first. Good customer

  • Swot Analysis Of Exxon Mobil

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    Exxon Mobil Corporation was incorporated in the State of New Jersey in 1882. Mr. Rex W. Tillerson is the current CEO, Director and President of ExxonMobil Corporation. He was appointed Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer on January 1, 2006. According to Annual Report Form 10-K, Mr. Tillerson still carries these positions. Exxon Mobil’s nature of business is “energy, involving exploration, form and production of, crude oil and natural gas, manufacture of petroleum products and transportation

  • Importance Of Corporate Correspondence

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    exceptionally trying for the representatives of both organizations to cooperate, this was expected to the social and work contrasts B&L figure out how to pull through by utilizing their relational abilities. As per the contextual investigation, Barclays needed to illuminate the contentions between the workers of both associations; this was accomplished by deliberately apportioning assets to Lehman representatives by giving pertinent parts and obligations to the key