|Bid||2.25 x 20000|
|Ask||2.75 x 41600|
|Day's range||2.41 - 2.60|
|52-week range||2.41 - 300.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||10.36|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||3.30|
U.S. regulators are reviewing whether Guggenheim Partners inappropriately steered client money into Bob Diamond’s businesses, said two people familiar with the matter.
By Steve Slater LONDON, Oct 3 - Ashish Thakkar, the entrepreneur who co-founded Atlas Mara with Bob Diamond, has stepped down from the African bank's board following the investment by Fairfax as part of ...
Nigeria's Union Bank has begun a share sale to existing shareholders to raise 50 billion naira after it received regulatory approval, the bank said on Wednesday. The mid-tier bank said the rights issue ...
Guggenheim Partners LLC said on Tuesday that its chief executive officer, Mark Walter, has no current plans to step down and is not being pushed out of the investment firm he helped found, denying reports to the contrary. A source told Reuters that at least one member of Guggenheim's board of directors has pressed Walter to leave the firm after he became the subject of news coverage. Bloomberg News reported earlier Tuesday that Walter may step away from day-to-day management of Guggenheim, while The Wall Street Journal later reported that the billionaire has told colleagues he is considering stepping down as CEO.
Bob Diamond’s African investment vehicle Atlas Mara said it is raising US$200m from Fairfax Africa and existing shareholders to kick-start the bank after a tough three years since listing. Atlas Mara, which has been buying up banking assets with the aim of becoming the leading bank in Africa, plans to sell US$100m of new shares to Fairfax Africa and existing investors, and sell US$100m of mandatory convertible bonds to Fairfax.
Former Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond marked a return to investment banking in Britain on Friday with a Qatari-backed takeover of stockbroker Panmure Gordon, one of the oldest names in the City of London. Diamond, who left Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) in 2012 during the Libor interest rate-rigging scandal, is making the move through his private equity firm Atlas Merchant Capital, alongside QInvest which together have reached a deal which would value Panmure at around 15.5 million pounds ($19 million).