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Goldman Sachs And Jpmorgan To Raise Investment Banker Bonuses After Deal

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By: Farah Ghouri

JPMorgan Chase & Co and Goldman Sachs may reward investment bankers by increasing bonus pools by as much as 50 per cent, following a boom in deal-making this year.

Following recent meetings to discuss and set pay for the year JPMorgan is considering upping the bonus pool by 40 per cent while Goldman Sachs is mulling up to 50 per cent, sources told Reuters, which first reported the news.

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The news comes one month after compensation firm Johnson Associates forecast that bonuses for bankers on Wall Street would this year be the highest seen since 2009, and at the tail end of a year which saw record levels of deal-making activities as economies reopened and optimism returned for a time.

Dealmaking reached new heights this year, as the momentum seen each quarter continued unabated and last month propelled the global M& A market to a new all-time record of $5 trillion in deals.

In November global transactions topped $5 trillion in 2021 40 per cent ahead of the whole of 2020, according to new Refinitiv data.

Pent-up demand during the pandemic pushed dealmakers across the globe into an unprecedented frenzy, with the number of transactions announced so far this year hitting an all-time record of more than 52,000 22 per cent up on last year, and more than any other year since Refinitiv began tracking the data in 1980.

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Jpmorgan Is Buying An Esg Investing Platform In Banks Third Fintech Acquisition Of The Past Year

  • JPMorgan Chase has agreed to buy OpenInvest, a San Francisco-based start-up backed by Andreessen Horowitz and founded by former Bridgewater Associates employees, CNBC has learned exclusively.
  • Rather than just plowing money into ESG investment funds, clients can use OpenInvest to create highly personalized, dynamic, values-based portfolios. The company pulls data from more than 35 sources to feed decision engines embedded in its tools.
  • JPMorgan approached OpenInvest when the start-up was close to wrapping its Series B funding round, according to people with knowledge of the deal.

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JPMorgan Chase wants to take the sustainable investing trend to the next level.

To do that, the biggest U.S. bank by assets has agreed to buy OpenInvest, a San Francisco-based start-up backed by Andreessen Horowitz and founded by former Bridgewater Associates employees, CNBC has learned exclusively.

It’s the third acquisition of a fintech start-up by JPMorgan since December, when the bank bought 55ip, a company that automates the construction of tax-efficient portfolios. This month, JPMorgan said it was acquiring U.K.-based robo-advisor Nutmeg to help boost its overseas digital banking efforts.

OpenInvest was co-founded in 2015 by Conor Murray, Joshua Levin and Phillip Wei to help financial advisors, big asset managers and retail users create portfolios that more accurately reflect investors’ values.

Trading Revenue Fell At Both Firms But Investment Bankers Continued To Turn In Big Results

Goldman Sachs offices in New York City. The bank was an adviser on many of the quarters largest deals.

The U.S. economy is roaring back to life. Wall Street deal makers are reaping the gains.

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. reported significant increases in second-quarter profits on Tuesday, fueled by fees from advising companies on mergers and underwriting IPOs and other stock sales.

Jpmorgan & Co Inc/the Chase Manhattan Corp

  • Type of Business: Banking and Financial Services
  • Acquisition Price: $30.9 to $38.58 billion
  • Acquisition Date: Sept. 13, 2000

The banks current name of JPMorgan Chase & Co. originated with a merger between JPMorgan & Co. Inc. and the Chase Manhattan Corp. in 2000. JPMorgan & Co. was first founded in New York in 1871. The Chase Manhattan Corp. traces its origins back to Chase National Bank, which was first established in Manhattan in 1877. Published estimates of the dollar value of the merger range from $30.9 billion to $38.58 billion. The merger, nonetheless, resulted in a company with total assets of about $660 billion, making it the third-largest U.S. bank behind Citigroup, Inc. , with $800 billion, and Bank of America Corp. , with $680 billion. The deal also linked Chases syndicated-lending franchise and venture-capital division with JPMorgan Chases profitable private-banking division with $400 billion in assets under management . Since that time, JPMorgan Chase & Co. has become the largest bank in the U.S. with approximately $3.2 trillion in total assets.

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The Worlds Largestsoftware Deal

Expected to close in the second half of 2019, the transaction is the largest software M& A ever executed and is expected to pave the way for companies to invest in premium businesses to boost long-term growth, signaling a fresh outlook in the M& A space.

GROWTH SPURT

Many companies looking for incremental growth often find their ideal target trading at a valuation multiple higher than their own, says Christopher Ventresca, global co-head of mergers and acquisitions at J.P. Morgan. That creates a challenging financial decision but for the right target its worth it if it best positions the acquirer to create shareholder value over the long-term.

IBM paid a 60% premium for Red Hat but according to J.P. Morgan dealmakers it positions the firm as it seeks to upend competitors like Amazon.com Inc., Google, and Oracle Corp by purchasing cutting edge cloud computing technology. In particular, the deal bolsters IBMs hybrid cloud service which allows corporate clients to merge their own storage platform with a third party system. IBM customers gain access to Red Hats vast portfolio of open-source Linux technologies, so-called container platforms, and a developer community of nearly 8 million.

The premium rationale for this kind of deal is similar to when Microsoft bought LinkedIn. If you want the best asset, you need to pay for it, says J.P. Morgans Global Chair of Investment Banking Jennifer Nason.

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Morgan Stanley M& a Fees Nearly Quadruple As Deal Bankers Post Record Quarter

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Morgan Stanley nearly quadrupled fees from M& A in the third quarter as the dealmaking boom pushed the Wall Street bank to record fees in the division.

The US bank made $1.3bn from M& A fees in the third quarter of 2021, an increase of 256% on the same period last year, helping push its investment banking unit to a record $2.8bn in revenue.

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Looking Toward The Fourth Quarter And 2022

Going into the fourth quarter, CFO Jeremy Barnum expects strong activity in M& A, which will drive year-over-year growth but is expected to go down from the third quarter. Overall, the bank continues to project a 2021 outlook in line with previous guidance, with net interest income of $52.5 billion expected. One positive development has been its card net charge-off rate, which it projects to come in at around 2%, its lowest in recent history.

During its earnings call, CEO Jamie Dimon announced that JPMorgan Chase is the first bank with branches across the lower 48 states. He went on to say that the bank is halfway through opening 400 branches by the end of 2022, with 30% of those branches opening in low- to moderate-income areas.

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Climate Change And Investments In Fossil Fuels

JPMorgan has come under criticism for investing in new fossil fuels projects since the Paris climate change agreement. From 2016 to the first half of 2019 it provided $75 billion to companies expanding in sectors such as fracking and Arctic oil and gas exploration. According to Rainforest Action Network its total fossil fuel financing was $64 billion in 2018, $69 billion in 2017 and $62 billion in 2016. As of 2021 it is the largest lender to the fossil fuel industry in the world.

An internal study, ‘Risky business: the climate and macroeconomy’, by bank economists David Mackie and Jessica Murray was leaked in early2020. The report, dated 14 January 2020, states that under our current unsustainable trajectory of climate change “we cannot rule out catastrophic outcomes where human life as we know it is threatened”. JPMorgan subsequently distanced itself from the content of the study.

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Dimon Had This To Say About Inflation

One thing that is on many investors’ minds is inflation, which Dimon addressed during the bank’s conference call. On the call, Dimon noted that inflation has been over 4% for a few quarters now, and that it will likely stay elevated for the next two quarters at least. Dimon admitted he didn’t know what would happen next with inflation, and that high inflation and high interest rates that follow should concern banks. That’s because banks can benefit from gradually rising interest rates, but if rates rise too quickly it can create issues with loan growth, as consumers may avoid borrowing at elevated interest rates.

Barnum discussed how net interest income was a loss of $1.1 billion, largely because the bank has waited to deploy capital despite strong deposit growth. The upside to this is that JPMorgan has capital to deploy in the event inflation, and the interest rates that follow, rise significantly.

Origination Equity & Debt Capital Markets

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J.P. Morgans Capital Markets groups, in partnership with the industry coverage and M& A groups, enable us to serve our clients holistically. We offer a wide range of services, from origination to structuring, executing and syndicating financing for clients globally.

Equity Capital Markets

J.P. Morgan is widely recognized as a global leader in capital raising, combining superior origination strength and structuring expertise with exceptional distribution capability. The firms underwriting activities range from initial public offerings to follow-on equity issues, and from public transactions and private placements for wealthy nations and emerging markets.

J.P. Morgans origination capabilities include:

  • Initial Public Offerings
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Debt Capital Markets

Serving corporate, institutional and government clients, J.P. Morgans presence in the global credit markets is unmatched. The firm combines superior debt origination and structuring expertise with exceptional distribution capabilities to a large base of investors.

The origination team works directly with issuers, including corporations, banks and sovereign governments that seek funding. J.P. Morgan advises these clients on debt financing strategies, from a simple bank loan to multi-billion-dollar capital raising across asset classes. Colleagues partner across borders to deliver successful structuring, marketing and pricing. The business then distributes that product to investor clients.

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Lawsuits And Legal Settlements

Chase paid out over $2 billion in fines and legal settlements for their role in financing Enron Corporation with aiding and abetting Enron Corp.’s securities fraud, which collapsed amid a financial scandal in 2001. In 2003, Chase paid $160 million in fines and penalties to settle claims by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Manhattan district attorney’s office. In 2005, Chase paid $2.2 billion to settle a lawsuit filed by investors in Enron.

In December 2002, Chase paid fines totaling $80 million, with the amount split between the states and the federal government. The fines were part of a settlement involving charges that ten banks, including Chase, deceived investors with biased research. The total settlement with the ten banks was $1.4 billion. The settlement required that the banks separate investment banking from research, and ban any allocation of IPO shares.

JPMorgan Chase, which helped underwrite $15.4 billion of WorldCom‘s bonds, agreed in March 2005 to pay $2 billion that was 46 percent, or $630 million, more than it would have paid had it accepted an investor offer in May 2004 of $1.37 billion. J.P. Morgan was the last big lender to settle. Its payment is the second largest in the case, exceeded only by the $2.6 billion accord reached in 2004 by Citigroup. In March 2005, 16 of WorldCom‘s 17 former underwriters reached settlements with the investors.

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The European Super League

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On April 19, 2021, JP Morgan pledged $5 billion towards the European Super League. a controversial breakaway group of football clubs seeking to create a monopolistic structure where the founding members would be guaranteed entry to the competition in perpetuity. While the absence of promotion and relegation is a common sports model in the US, this is an antithesis to the European competition-based pyramid model and has led to widespread condemnation from Football federations internationally as well as at government level.

However, JPMorgan has been involved in European football for almost 20 years. In 2003, they advised the Glazer ownership of Manchester United. It also advised Rocco Commisso, the owner of Mediacom, to purchase ACF Fiorentina, and Dan Friedkin on his takeover of A.S. Roma. Moreover, It aided Inter Milan and A.S. Roma to sell bonds backed by future media revenue, and Spain’s Real Madrid CF to raise funds to refurbish their Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

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Healthcares investment risks

Whenever there are high expectations of a powerful and investable trend, there are always risks to be considered.

As powerful as a trend might be, if a starting valuation is incredibly high, the companys future earnings growth may not be strong enough to deliver a positive return to investors. This tendency is magnified when businesses are generating losses at the time you are investing. And currently, many innovative healthcare companies are generating losses.

So as exciting as some of these early-stage innovators can be, they can reduce a portfolios risk and volatility to balance exposure to those front-line firms with others that are larger, more stable and established, but which are still involved in these innovative trends.

Also note that there is significant clinical trial risk in parts of healthcare, such as therapeutic innovation . To reduce risk in this area, it may be advisable to invest in companies that have strategic partnerships with large, established firms.

Indeed, platform companies that help manufacture new drugs may provide a more predictable set of cash flows for investors, while still delivering exposure to the innovative drug market.

In addition, and speaking more broadly, worth noting are two persistent, potential risks in healthcare investments:

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