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Greg MacSweeney is editorial director of InformationWeek Financial Services, whose brands include Wall Street & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology, Advanced Trading, and Insurance & Technology.
Articles by Greg MacSweeney
posted in November 2008
Two Reporters from WallStrip.com devise a way to get in on the bailout action.
A number of times over the past few weeks, I've heard people say that the current markets aren't good for investing, but are actually great for trading. In fact, the insane volatility creates a perfect market for active traders.
Citadel Names D'Souza; SWIFT Chooses Dignen; Truglia to NewOak Capital; Kim to Lead Product Management
The Federal Reserve's ill-conceived decision to provide bank's with anonymity makes the entire process less transparent and only further contributes to the industry's poor reputation and lack of investor confidence.
Hedge funds may see increased regulation in the future, as Congress is looking to act.
Beta-Gamma Research, an algorithmic and sophisticated automated trading developer, has named Howard Tolman CEO.
Lloyds TSB appoints Mark Fisher as Director of Group IT & Operations.
Former CS First Boston executive to lead sales, marketing and partners serving Microsoft's financial customers.
The U.S. will likely see nine percent unemployment in 2009.
Private banks can participate in the TARP and AIG's revised loan sets strict limitations on executive pay and the bonus pool.
In a year that has already seen thousands of layoffs on Wall Street, word is that most large firms are planning another round of cuts by year end.
The short list for Treasury Secretary in Barack Obama's administration include Robert Rubin, Paul Volcker, Lawrence Summers and Timothy Geithner.
Many expect Barack Obama's incoming administration will act quickly to name the next Treasury Secretary.
The value of all the credit default swaps (CDS) could be $40 trillion or $50 trillion -- nobody knows for sure, so regulators may be shocked into action