Tuesday's Headlines: Wall Street Worries About UK Bonus Limits
Wall Street firms are miffed at potential bonus limits imposed by the U.K.'s chief regulator. [Bloomberg]
The rebound in mergers and acquisitions is expected to strengthen next year,with global deal activity rising an estimated 36 percent, to $3.04 trillion. [Dealbook
Broker dealer BTIG continues to expand in high yield and distressed debt. [Businesswire]
M&A activity in Canada could surge due to deal flow in renewable energy.
Broker compensation, especially upfront bonuses, is under scrutiny from the SEC.
MBA hiring is up five percent this year after enduring a rocky 2009.