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The bond giant’s smart-beta funds lost billions for the second straight year despite solid performance for some funds last year.
Levin covers the waterfront as head of trading and syndicate at event-driven JANA Partners.
Xiaoyin Zhang has worked on landmark IPOs by Chinese technology companies Alibaba Group Holding, Baidu and Tencent Holdings.
Institutional investors have flocked to private trading venues to protect sensitive information, but new legal actions highlight the need for more regulation.
Dark pool IEX’s famed speed bump, intended to thwart high frequency traders, draws fire as the firm seeks public exchange status from the SEC.
In a bid to stay competitive, the world’s 15th-largest stock exchange, led by Kyungsoo Choi, is buying into its counterparts in Central Asia and elsewhere.
The $25 billion listing of the Chinese e-commerce giant founded by Jack Ma owed much to teamwork by the six banks underwriting the deal.
Although it’s been a strong year for public offerings, many companies are opting to stay private longer.
Demand appears strong for Chinese e-commerce giant’s stock, but IPO’s record size and peculiar features could make for volatile early trading.
Losing the Chinese e-commerce company prompts the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong to revisit the issue of one-share, one-vote.