Dealmaker dinners are back, and interns are ready to hit up the bars. Wall Street's appetite is returning, and New York City restaurants are gearing up for a rush.
Wall Street is returning to the office. NYC's restaurants and bars are ready for a surge as bankers embrace lunches, happy hours, and deal dinners.
At private-equity firm Carlyle, which recently tied bonuses to its diversity push, Black employees make up less than 3% of senior US staff
Private equity firm The Carlyle Group disclosed that less than 3% of US staff managing director and above are Black and 4% are Hispanic or Latinx.
Lone Pine's Mala Gaonkar took a unique route to the top of the hedge fund world. Here's how she's rewriting the traditional investing playbook — and crossing paths with the likes of Malcolm Gladwell and David Byrne along the way.
Gaonkar's day job is copiloting a top hedge fund through unprecedented markets. Her side gigs include working with David Byrne and Malcolm Gladwell.
Bitcoin Pizza Day is being marked by crypto fans, who are grabbing a slice as a tribute to famed bitcoin trader Laszlo Hanyecz
In honor of a 2010 pizza purchase by Laszlo Hanyecz, the date is now celebrated by observers around the world
Vaccinated bodyguards, drivers, and a ton of hiring: We talked to 7 security companies that cater to the ultrarich to find out how they were gearing up to travel this summer
Security firms for the wealthy had to pivot when travel halted last year. Now they are getting ready for their clients to vacation around the world.
JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley leadership shake-ups; SVB Leerink poaches team of senior UBS tech bankers; profile of Lone Pine's Mala Gaonkar.
Cofounder Josh Harris will step down from his current role at Apollo; SVB Leerink poached a team of UBS tech bankers; Doug Heinz left Citadel.
JPMorgan named Marianne Lake and Jennifer Piepszak, two frontrunners to succeed CEO Jamie Dimon, to co-lead the firm's consumer bank.
The Death of Cash report projects what the payments ecosystem will look like through 2024 by examining digital payment proliferation's driving forces.
Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, and Citigroup have sent out offer letters for investment-banking interns for summer 2022. Here are the details on 6 banks' pay, start dates, and signing bonuses.
Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Evercore, and Lazard have sent 2022 summer offer letters. Here's a rundown of start dates, pay, and signing bonuses.
Trump 'acts like a mafioso': Why NY's AG may treat the Trump Organization like a mob racket in its criminal inquiry, according to legal experts
The Trump Organization is now facing a criminal investigation. RICO experts explain why racketeering charges could be on the table.
Wells Fargo is gearing up to use relationships in segments like wealth to spur growth across the bank, as Charlie Scharf eyes rivals' playbooks
As Scharf reorganizes the bank's sprawling wealth arm, he is looking to lean on relationships Wells Fargo has in other segments to help drive growth.
Deutsche Bank gave incoming summer interns a choice between an in-person or remote program. 92% chose to head into the office.
A spokesperson for the German lender told Insider that Deutsche Bank is committed to evenly distributing work across virtual and in-person interns.
From 'Lead with Data' to 'Innovate Incrementally': Read the 9 tenets Goldman Sachs co-CIO Marco Argenti said are key to being an engineer at the bank
A new memo from Goldman Sachs co-CIO Marco Argenti to the firm's 10,000 engineers details the bank's approach to engineering.
Hedge funds like Millennium, Citadel, and Blackstone have dumped shares in the Michael Klein-backed SPAC set to acquire Lucid Motors
Sculptor Capital and Coatue became new investors in the SPAC this past quarter, going against the grain in a broader sell-off of the stock.
Goldman Sachs' Marcus is deepening its involvement in lending to US SMBs through a new partnership with working capital platform C2FO.
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Pipe has seen strong growth since publicly launching last June and has successfully expanded its target audience.
India's mandate will let consumers use their mobile wallets at any UPI-accepting merchant and send payments to consumers using different wallet brands
PPP SMALL BUSINESS LOANS: How $525 billion in coronavirus-linked loans were spread across lenders, states, and industries
In the final of three updates, Insider Intelligence looks at how different lenders fared at implementing the PPP.
Insider Intelligence details the goals, operations, and notable participants of Wells Fargo's fintech accelerator program.
Soaring stocks in pharma giants has minted these 9 new 'vaccine billionaires,' according to a report
The wealth of the new billionaires, from Moderna, BioNTech, and others, could fully vaccinate 776 million in low-income countries, per the report.
Wall Street is back in the office, and that means bankers are heading back to bars and restaurants in NYC.
WeWork lost $2 billion in a quarter and 200,0000 members in a pandemic-hit year, it said ahead of its stock market debut
Ousted WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann's $500 million settlement with WeWork contributed to the company's huge losses.
In this slide deck, Insider Intelligence explores the opportunities and hurdles of adopting the two technologies within financial services.
THE PAYMENTS ECOSYSTEM: The biggest shifts and trends driving short- and long-term growth and shaping the future of the industry
In this report, Insider Intelligence examines the payments ecosystem today, its growth drivers, and where the industry is headed.
Affirm is planning a new ad campaign to stand out from rivals in the crowded buy now, pay later category
With its rebrand, it's trying to stay competitive in a category that's growing as people shop more online.
Insurers have long lagged behind other industries when it comes to digital capabilities, but industry disruption is nearing a tipping point.
Elon Musk is maintaining a hold position on dogecoin despite its volatility. "I haven't and won't sell any," he said Thursday on Twitter.
Robinhood just started offering its users access to upcoming IPOs. Here's how fintechs are trying to break into a market dominated by Wall Street's elite.
SoFi and Robinhood want to upend IPOs by competing for a slice of companies going public and, in some cases, underwriting the shares themselves.
Wells Fargo marketing head is exiting amid a wider restructuring of its marketing function and the scrapping of the CMO role
Michael Lacorazza is preparing an exit from the bank as it shifts responsibilities for marketing away from a centralized unit.
Oatly shares were trading up around 30% on Thursday. The IPO marks a watershed moment for Blackstone's nascent growth equity business.
The battle to be JPMorgan's next CEO is heating up. Here are 5 people in the running to succeed Jamie Dimon.
Jamie Dimon, 65, is Wall Street's longest-tenured CEO. Two of his likeliest successors were promoted in May to co-lead consumer banking.
US Banking Channel Forecast: How shifting consumer habits and the coronavirus pandemic are reshaping banking usage
The US Banking Channel Forecast identifies major drivers and inhibitors of banking channels that are gaining or losing popularity.
Here are 4 key details from Goldman-backed Marqeta's plans to go public, including Square's role in its business and the $4.3 billion fintech's reliance on partner banks
The vast majority of Marqeta's 2020 revenue (70%) came from Square, both on the seller side and via Cash App.
Meet 10 top recruiters helping fintechs like Coinbase, Stripe, and Square nab top executives and staff up teams in a red-hot market for tech talent
Here are 10 of the top recruiters serving fintech clients like Robinhood and PayPal fill roles across finance, engineering, and marketing.
Andy Saperstein, who made Morgan Stanley's wealth unit a cornerstone of the bank, is in the running to replace James Gorman. Here's the memo with all the details.
Morgan Stanley unveiled sweeping leadership changes on Thursday, underlining the growth of its wealth and investment management arm over the years.
Insurance Technology Spend Forecast: What's Driving Growth for P&C and Life Insurers in the US, UK, and Canada
Insider Intelligence forecasts the trajectory of US, UK, and Canadian P&C and life insurers' IT/technology investment between 2020 and 2024.
Melissa Smith, head of specialized industries for middle-market banking at JPMorgan, and Pamela Aldsworth, who leads VC coverage, explain next steps.
Wells Fargo just poached a Merrill MD to help manage clients across its CIB as the bank looks to leverage relationships across segments
John Bell joined Wells Fargo this week as a new managing director reporting to Judith Barry, head of traditional and alternative asset managers.
UK's Financial Conduct ity warned chief executives of neobanks to avoid comparing their upstart companies with licensed banks.
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JPMorgan is trying to disrupt healthcare again just 3 months after its previous attempt went up in smoke
JPMorgan is launching Morgan Health, the bank's second attempt at changing the healthcare landscape after Haven languished.
Private equity groups Astorg and Bridgepoint acquired majority stakes of Fenergo in a $600 million deal, giving it a $1.165 billion valuation.
Apollo announces that cofounder Josh Harris is stepping down, 2 months after former CEO Leon Black quit
Apollo managing director Josh Harris will "return to his roots as an investor and entrepreneur" but remain on the Apollo board.
JPMorgan bankers detail how the firm is trying to hold on to more of its startup clients as they mature.
Meet Zhang Yiming, the secretive Chinese billionaire behind TikTok worth $44 billion who just stepped down as ByteDance CEO
Zhang Yiming makes his own TikToks — and requires his senior employees to as well. Here's a look at what we know about the secretive billionaire.
AI in Insurance: How three forward-looking insurers are infusing AI into their front, middle, and back offices
Insider Intelligence assesses the business impact of forward-looking insurers implementing AI in their front, middle, and back offices.
The Canadian banks offering the most desirable mobile features in 2021 are RBC, TD Canada, and BMO, according to Insider Intelligence.
Big Law associates are getting up to $250,000 signing bonuses as law firms scramble to staff up and fight burnout
Capital markets, M&A, and other corporate lawyers are in high demand. Law firms are offering six-figure signing bonuses and making snap offers.