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Jan 19th 2007


Two Wall Street giants swung the axe on Thursday and slashed the number of pros they keep at the New York Stock Exchange, the latest round of cuts that is turning its venerable trading floor into a ghost town.

Lehman Brothers and Goldman Sachs both laid off six and nine people, respectively, as Wall Street firms continue to move toward less costly electronic trading, a shift that is happening rapidly enough to shock even hardened financial pros (these guys both have used our Financial Leads).

The situation was worse for the marketers who peddle both firms' floor trading screens and execution services to money managers. Lehman laid off its entire floor-based Direct Market Access staff, while Goldman said it was planning to shut its Direct Access unit by March.

22 Jan 2007
NASD approves tie-up with NYSE on oversight

The Wall Street Journal

Members of the National Association of Securities Dealers approved bylaw changes to merge securities regulation with the New York Stock Exchange.

The measure backed by NASD management won by a vote of 2,671 to 1,440, despite opposition from a vocal group of dissidents who campaigned against the merger, saying its terms would weaken the voice of small firms within the NASD. The NASD said 83% of 5,058 eligible firms voted.


The NYSE/NASD plan, proposed two months ago, creates a single self-regulatory organisation for the country’s nearly 5,100 broker-dealers.

The new SRO will be the private-sector regulator for all securities brokers and dealers doing business with the public in the US.

It will consist of the current 2,400-person NASD organisation and about 470 of NYSE Regulation’s member regulation, arbitration and related enforcement team.

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18 Jan 2007
Buoyant trading propelled pre-tax profits at Merrill Lynch’s global markets and investment banking arm up 15% to a record $5.8bn (€4.5bn) last year.

Net revenues from the Wall Street bank’s global markets division, which handles trading, surged 41% to a record $14.9bn as revenues from fixed income, currencies and commodities climbed almost a third and equity trading revenues soared more than half.

The trading boom, which helped profits rise from $5bn in 2005, was supported by a record full-year performance on the investment banking front, where underwriting and advisory revenues posted double-digit percentage growth.

Investment banking revenues surged almost a quarter to $4.1bn as debt origination revenues climbed a fifth to $1.7bn, equity underwriting rose 28% to $1.2bn and advisory revenues rose a quarter to $1.1bn. Jeff Edwards, chief financial officer at Merrill, said in a conference call that the investment banking pipeline at the end of last year was an all time high for a period end leads to financial.

Total net revenues at Merrill’s global markets and investment banking unit echoed the profits performance by setting a record last year after a 37% rise to $18.9bn. The US financial bank maintained its performance in the final three lead months of the year, when profits increased almost three-quarters to $2.6bn from $1.5bn a year earlier.

Net revenues in the fourth quarter climbed 55% to a record $5.4bn.

Edwards said non-US revenues in global markets and investment banking had grown at twice the rate of domestic revenues and last year overseas earnings lead made up 37% of the unit's global total, the highest share in Merrill's history. He said he expects this to continue as more capital markets liberalise and Merrill continues to invest overseas financial leads.

Edwards said the bank's private equity unit had a strong year with the completion of the buyout of HCA, the US healthcare provider, and the flotation of Hertz, the car rental business formerly owned by Ford motor company. He said: "We have already had a strong start to the year with the announcement of our investment in Aeolus, the Bermuda-based reinsurer."

Merrill, headed by chairman and chief executive Stan O'Neil, announced the strong profit growth a day after rival Wall Street bank JP Morgan said net profits at its investment bank stayed flat as higher compensation costs offset booming trading revenues.

Financial leads, Pre-tax profits at Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, the US bank’s asset management business, climbed 9% to $637m last year as net group revenues rose one-third to a record $34.7bn, outstripping costs and pushing net profits across the company up 47% to a record $7.5bn.

Rival US bank Citigroup reports its full-year results tomorrow, they do not us our financial leads.