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HireSOM February 25

January 26, 2021

You’re invited to our upcoming HireSOM networking event! HireSOM are free events that bring together employers and Yale SOM students for networking and recruiting for current and anticipated hiring needs. Participating employers will: Connect with exceptional students with diverse...

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SOMPost- January 2021

January 26, 2021
Evans Hall

Happy New Year! I hope it is a year full of hope, health and happiness for you.  At Yale SOM it is a time of new beginnings, many highlighted below. If your new beginning includes new recruiting, do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are happy to be a resource for you as you craft job...

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Largest Banks' Capital Set to Moderate, Payouts to Triple

January 26, 2021
After the Federal Reserve released the results in December of its first mid-cycle stress test, designed to test large banks’ resilience against downside pandemic scenarios, it allowed large banks to resume share buybacks starting in the first quarter of 2021, subject to limits. Fed Governor Lael Brainard cast the lone dissenting vote, noting the risks to bank capitalization and lending of raising payout limits to a level that “nearly doubles the amount of capital permitted to be paid out relative to last quarter.” In the case of the six largest banks on the heels of strong trading and investment banking revenues, however, aggregate payouts are set to triple. Continue reading “Largest Banks' Capital Set to Moderate, Payouts to Triple”

Ross Butler '21 Acquires Cleveland-Based BPI Information Systems

By: A. J. Wasserstein January 25, 2021

When Ross Butler enrolled in the course Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition (MGT671), he apparently misunderstood the final project’s requirements. Instead of choosing an industry and company to analyze and evaluate as a potential acquisition candidate, Butler actually acquired a...

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HireSOM February 25

January 26, 2021

You’re invited to our upcoming HireSOM networking event! HireSOM are free events that bring together employers and Yale SOM students for networking and recruiting for current and anticipated hiring needs. Participating employers will: Connect with exceptional students with diverse...

Continue reading “HireSOM February 25 ”

SOMPost- January 2021

January 26, 2021
Evans Hall

Happy New Year! I hope it is a year full of hope, health and happiness for you.  At Yale SOM it is a time of new beginnings, many highlighted below. If your new beginning includes new recruiting, do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are happy to be a resource for you as you craft job...

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Largest Banks' Capital Set to Moderate, Payouts to Triple

January 26, 2021
After the Federal Reserve released the results in December of its first mid-cycle stress test, designed to test large banks’ resilience against downside pandemic scenarios, it allowed large banks to resume share buybacks starting in the first quarter of 2021, subject to limits. Fed Governor Lael Brainard cast the lone dissenting vote, noting the risks to bank capitalization and lending of raising payout limits to a level that “nearly doubles the amount of capital permitted to be paid out relative to last quarter.” In the case of the six largest banks on the heels of strong trading and investment banking revenues, however, aggregate payouts are set to triple. Continue reading “Largest Banks' Capital Set to Moderate, Payouts to Triple”

Ross Butler '21 Acquires Cleveland-Based BPI Information Systems

By: A. J. Wasserstein January 25, 2021

When Ross Butler enrolled in the course Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition (MGT671), he apparently misunderstood the final project’s requirements. Instead of choosing an industry and company to analyze and evaluate as a potential acquisition candidate, Butler actually acquired a...

Continue reading “Ross Butler '21 Acquires Cleveland-Based BPI Information Systems”