BLP management to review banking department as finance head quits

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  • ... "assess how best to take advantage of the opportunities for the team going forward.” How much of that team is left?

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  • I wonder if Neville Eisenberg and his friends on the Strategy Committee know what "Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin" means?

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  • Anonymous | 30-Oct-2013 1:34 pm

    Q: "How much of that team is left?"

    A: Only two. Geoffrey and George. Zippy left after his guarantee ended.

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  • Only a matter of time now...

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  • The problem was that after the Great Expansion, it never was a team, just an overwhelming number of unintegrated laterals who apparently represented "The Future".

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  • I think they need an independent review of the firm's management more than they need one of the finance practice...

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  • Anonymous | 30-Oct-2013 1:34 pm

    Jane and Freddy gone too? They were big hitters.

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  • Oh dear. Kellett is a banking guy with a background at RBS. Given BLP have moved away from working for lenders this is not really a surprise.

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  • Fair to say this firm is finished.

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  • So that's what Schadenfreude means... But what will really annoy Neville E about this article is being described as a "mid-market firm".

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