Thursday's Headlines: Goldman Announces Its New Partners
Goldman Sachs tapped 110 new partners, up from 94 that were added two years ago.
Lloyd Blankfein believes Goldman will continue to grow in regions such as Brazil, India and the Middle East. [Bob's Guide]
UBS' wealth management business has reduced attrition of its top advisers to less than 5 percent under Bob McCann. [WSJ]
Barclays is set to spin off its private equity business in an effort to reduce the bank's risk.
HSBC will increase base salaries of hundreds of bankers in order to minimize the impact of mandates calling for lower bonuses. [WSJ]