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CQS looking to grow U.S. presence under new CEO Rolet

CQS, the London-based global multi-strategy credit-focused asset management firm with $17.7 billion in assets, is looking to grow its presence in the United States, Xavier Rolet, who took over the chief executive officer role from its founder in January, said.

Out of the shadows: Australia's finance regulator told to be more 'forceful'

Australia's prudential regulator should become less "discreet"

Investors trim cash, buy stocks on dovish Fed, trade truce: BAML poll

Fund managers have trimmed cash holdings and added risk to their portfolios following the U.S. Federal Reserve's dovish pivot and after Beijing and Washington agreed a temporary truce to their protracted trade spat, a key investor survey showed on Tuesday.

Burgeoning family offices manage $5.9 trillion: Campden

The number of family offices -- companies that manage portfolios for individual families -- has risen by 38% over the past two years worldwide, advisory group Campden Wealth said, with the firms overseeing assets valued at $5.9 trillion.

Guggenheim defeats lawsuit claiming it siphoned annuity unit's cash for LA Dodgers

Guggenheim Partners won the dismissal of a lawsuit claiming it defrauded investors in a risky annuity, and siphoned cash for purposes including to help its billionaire chief executive Mark Walter buy the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team.

Citigroup profit beats estimates on gains in consumer lending

Citigroup Inc topped expectations for quarterly profit on Monday as a tight lid on costs and strength in consumer lending helped the third-largest U.S. bank counter weakness in its trading business.

Balyasny gains in first half after losses prompted reorganization in 2018

Balyasny Asset Management, a Chicago-based hedge fund that shed $4 billion in assets last year and cut 20% of its staff, was back in positive territory for the first half of this year, suggesting its massive overhaul might be paying off, analysts said.

Charles Schwab in talks to buy USAA wealth-management, brokerage units: WSJ

Charles Schwab Corp is in talks to buy brokerage and wealth-management operations from USAA for about $2 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the matter.

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