Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) names new heads of M&As for the Americas and Europe

  on Dec 17,2012 Posted in Business News ,Finance
 
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Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) on Friday named new leaders of mergers and acquisitions for the Americas and for Europe after management shake-up was brought on by the approaching exit of a senior deal maker, Paul Taubman.

According to an internal memorandum reviewed by DealBook, Bob Eatroff and Jim Head have been named by the New York based company as its co-chiefs of mergers and acquisitions for the Americas. On the other hand, Colm Donlon and Johannes Groeller have been named as the co-heads of mergers for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

All these people have more than 20 years of carrier at the Morgan Stanely.They will take their new positions by the start of 2013.

Mr. Eatroff suggested T-Mobile USA in its terminated move to sell itself to AT&T in a deal valued at $39 billion, as well as Comcast in its deal to acquire control of NBC Universal. Mr. Head gave out advice to the Fed on issues that were related to the American International Group during the financial crisis that appeared 4 years ago.

Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) total value after the recent close was $35.64 billion and the enterprise value according to yahoo data was -$162.48 billion. The previous 12 month price to sales ratio was 1.41. The company showed -0.84% as a profit margin in the last twelve months and an operating margin at -2.59%. Return on equity was -1.41% for the last twelve months. Return on assets was -0.03%.

Taking a look at some competitors, total value of Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS) in the stock market was $58.02 billion and the takeover value of the company was -$306.83 billion. The last twelve month price to sales ratio for the company was 1.86. It had a 14.52% as profit margin in the last twelve months and an operating margin at 21.12%. Return on assets was 0.59%.

The total value of Bank of America Corp (NYSE:BAC) after the latest trading session was $114.03 billion and their enterprise value was $140.18 billion. The prior 52 week price to sales ratio was 1.41. The company recorded a profit margin of 6.08% for the prior 12 months and had an operating margin of 8.27%. Return on equity for this stock was 1.85% while return on assets appeared at 0.25%.

American Express Company (NYSE:AXP) market capitalization after the most recent trading session was $63.39 billion and the enterprise value was $98.16 billion. Price to sales ratio for the prior 52 weeks was 2.20.

 

 



 

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