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Business Insider: Scott Rostan “Here’s why more Wall Streeters are heading to Silicon Valley”

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http://www.businessinsider.com/wall-streeters-are-heading-to-silicon-valley-2015-3 By : Kathleen Elkins Last week, Morgan Stanley’s chief financial officer of four years, Ruth Porat, announced she plans to join Google as its new CFO. She’s not the only one leaving Wall Street and heading to Silicon Valley. Goldman Sachs has lost several top people to West Coast tech companies over the past few years, […]

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TTS and S&P Capital IQ bring course to Mexico City

Principles of Corporate Valuation: Developing a 360° Perspective May 21-22, 2015 at the JW Marriott Santa Fe in Mexico City, Mexico Spend two days with industry professionals and peers to learn the art of valuation through an in-class simulation. This course will help participants be able to: Understand the valuation framework commonly used by finance […]

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BloombergBusiness: Scott Rostan “Dollar’s Gain Gives CEOs More Muscle to Acquire Abroad”

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-02-23/dollar-s-gain-gives-ceos-more-muscle-to-acquire-abroad-real-m-a By Tara Lachapelle The stronger U.S. dollar may be the final nudge American acquirers needed to start bidding for foreign targets they’ve had their eyes on. Even as the rising currency weighs on earnings at some U.S. companies that have overseas operations, it’s also offering an added bonus for those scouring abroad for deals. […]

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Commercial Property Executive: Robert Rostan “What’s Next for the House That Schorsch Built?”

FEBRUARY ISSUE: February 16, 2015 By Gail Kalinoski, Contributing Editor For American Realty Capital Properties Inc., the world has changed drastically since Feb. 7, 2014. On that day, ARCP completed the acquisition of Cole Real Estate Investments Inc., creating a $21.5 billion net-lease REIT, the largest of its kind. Nicholas Schorsch, ARCP’s chairman & CEO […]

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CNBC.com: Scott Rostan “Burger stock bull market beats market by double”

By Evelyn Cheng Shake Shack executives couldn’t have picked a better time to take the fast-casual chain publicAnd not just because the stock market is in the middle of a raging five-year bull market. Burger stocks, in particular, are in the middle of an even bigger rally. CNBC.com took a market-cap weighted basket of burger stocks and […]

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Bloomberg: Scott Rostan: “Swiss Franc Surge Is Bonus to Buyers With U.S. in Mind: Real M&A”

By Aaron Kirchfeld, Manuel Baigorri, and Tara Lachapelle Switzerland now has one more reason to join Europe’s acquisition binge in the U.S. The unexpected rise in the franc is giving Swiss companies more acquisition firepower as they seek economic growth outside of Europe, according to bankers and academics. Drugmaker Novartis AG, crop-chemicals producer Syngenta AG […]

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Training The Street Hires Bob Wieczorek As Head Of Asset Management And Capital Markets Practice

Training The Street (TTS), a leading corporate training provider for Wall Street firms and top business schools, today announced its appointment of Bob Wieczorek as head of its asset management and capital markets practice. Utilizing his experience in capital markets, asset management, banking and financial training, Mr. Wieczorek will be tasked with expanding TTS’s training […]

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Bloomberg Businessweek: Wall Street Doesn’t Want You Unless You’re a Robot

By Akane Otani Want to work on Wall Street? Suit up, turn your spell check on, and leave your risk-taking, self-starter attitude home. When finance industry professionals that interview new MBAs were asked to identify skills they deemed most important in applicants, 75 percent picked communication skills, according to a Bloomberg Businessweek survey of 1,320 recruiters conducted as part of our 2014 MBA […]

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