Posts Tagged ‘Nasdaq’

Tulips and Technology

February 11, 2016


Chidem Kurdas

Next month it will be 16 years since the (more…)


Tricky Tops

March 3, 2015

It has taken 15 years for the (more…)

Goldman Gains from E*Trade

December 9, 2013

Chidem Kurdas

Goldman Sachs funds made (more…)

Few Tech Picks amid Bubble Talk

November 20, 2013

Chidem Kurdas

It’s like the dog that didn’t bark in (more…)

Apollo Adds to Public Lineup

December 19, 2012

For the new year, private equity manager Apollo has in the works a (more…)

Spyware and Guns at the SEC

November 25, 2012

Chidem Kurdas

Behind the icy glass façade of the US Securities and Exchange Commission is allegedly a seething den full of schemes, (more…)

BlueCrest Affiliate to Make IPO

May 4, 2011

A US arm of Guernsey-based BlueCrest is expected to make an initial public offering, following the trend among major alternative investment businesses to raise capital in public markets. BlueCrest, among the largest hedge fund managers worldwide with $25-billion in total assets, runs BlueTrend, a top commodity trading advisor managed by Leda Braga. (more…)

Former Fortress Partners Plan IPO

April 12, 2011

Garrison Investment Group, a  specialist in debt, structured finance and real estate, is preparing to float a credit investment vehicle on the NASDAQ market. (more…)

Traders Face Transparency

December 16, 2010

Chidem Kurdas

Goldman Sachs, among others, has suggested that the Securities and Exchange Commission require stock exchanges to disclose more information. This is one of the regulatory changes proposed in response to the May 6th “Flash Crash”. What does it mean for funds and other active traders? (more…)