It seems a thankless task.
As more and more investment dollars flow into Asia, competition for commissions is becoming more intense.
A diamond bubble is forming, so slowly that people haven't noticed it yet.
Jewish organizations have long urged a full search for orphan funds deposited in Switzerland by victims of Nazi persecution.
They are the sons and daughters of aristocrats and capitalists who fled the Bolsheviks in 1917.
Stock exchanges all over Europe are junking floor trading for electronic trading.
The New Zealand government is withdrawing from the debt market it plans to have zero net foreign debt by the end of this year.
Wafer-thin margins and favourable conditions have tempted many borrowers to refinance in the syndicated loan market.
Bank buildings were once designed to convey solidity and reliability.
The trend towards consolidation and globalization is continuing, according to InterSec's ranking of the top 250 asset management firms outside the US.