Robinhood's top lawyer critiques SPACs - Goldman wants interns in-person - Inside Apollo's Athene deal
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- Robinhood's top lawyer, an SEC alum, said SPACs and crypto should be the focus of incoming regulators
- Goldman Sachs wants to get interns back in the office, if possible
- Inside Apollo's decision to take full ownership over Athene to create a $29 billion conglomerate
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Goldman Sachs is telling incoming summer interns that in-office work may be possible and encouraging them to network ahead of time virtually
Goldman Sachs just told all its incoming interns it's hoping to get them at least some in-person work this summer. Here's what it's telling interns, and what the bank is suggesting they can do in the meantime.
Daniel Gallagher, Robinhood's top lawyer, talked payment for order flow, SPACs, and crypto at a recent industry event. An SEC alum himself, Gallagher said regulators are more likely to scrutinize SPACs and cryptocurrencies instead of PFOF, which is a major revenue source for the startup. Click here to read the entire story.
Apollo is taking full ownership of Athene. Here's how the mega insurance deal is part of a push to overhaul the PE giant's tarnished image.
Apollo said Monday it would acquire longtime affiliate Athene Holdings. The deal would create a $29 billion conglomerate and put to rest conflict of interest issues between the two companies. Read more here.
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Law firms like Kirkland and Allen & Overy are hiring energy sector-focused lawyers with PE and finance clients. Demand is high because investors want in on renewable energy and infrastructure projects. Read more here.
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A new proposed class-action lawsuit filed by Sudanese American refugees could result in BNP Paribas paying hundreds of millions or billions in new payouts to the country's genocide victims. See more here.
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