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October 09, 2014
Guggenheim Securities Expands Equity Capital Markets Practice

Appointments Advance Guggenheim’s Traditional and Alternative Capital Markets Capabilities
Guggenheim Securities, the investment banking and capital markets division of Guggenheim Partners (“Guggenheim”), today announced the appointment of Richard E. Gormley as Senior Managing Director, Head of Equity and Equity-linked Finance, with responsibility for leading the traditional and alternative capital markets businesses. Mr. Gormley is joined by James Lee, Managing Director, and Michael Jiang, Associate, as part of the expansion of Guggenheim’s corporate finance practice.



October 07, 2014
Forbes: Don't Panic, U.S. Bull Market Still Looks Solid

Scott Minerd tells investors to be ready for more volatility in October but stresses that the overall bull market trend remains intact. He also sets out his view on U.S. monetary policy and explains why the Federal Reserve may keep interest rates low for longer than many market watchers currently expect.

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September 29, 2014
MUFG Union Bank, Guggenheim Investment Advisory Announce Global, Strategic Alternative Investment Partnership

MUFG Union Bank, N.A., announced today a strategic partnership with Guggenheim Investment Advisory (GIA), a business unit of Guggenheim Partners, to deliver sophisticated, world-class alternative investment solutions to their clients through the Guggenheim Alternatives Platform.



September 26, 2014
Guggenheim Securities Agrees to Acquire Lazard Capital Markets’ London Operations, Hires Staff of 10 Professionals

Guggenheim Securities, the investment banking and capital markets division of Guggenheim Partners, today announced the execution of a definitive purchase agreement to acquire the London operations of Lazard Capital Markets (LCM), expanding the firm’s international presence. Consummation of the transaction is subject to approval by the Financial Conduct Authority.



September 24, 2014
Guggenheim Securities Hires Securities Executive Matthew Johnson

Guggenheim Securities, the investment banking and capital markets division of Guggenheim Partners, today announced the hiring of Matthew Johnson as a Senior Managing Director. Mr. Johnson will work closely with senior management within Guggenheim Securities to further develop its markets platforms.



September 22, 2014
Guggenheim Securities Hires Veteran Investment Banker Fares Noujaim

Guggenheim Securities, the investment banking and capital markets division of Guggenheim Partners, today announced the hiring of Fares Noujaim as a Senior Managing Director in its investment banking department.



September 15, 2014
Guggenheim Partners Hires Securities Executive Gerald A. Donini

Guggenheim Partners today announced the hiring of Gerald A. Donini as a Senior Managing Director. Mr. Donini will work closely with senior management to identify and develop business opportunities for the firm.



September 12, 2014
Bloomberg: Will Apple Pay Help Re-Energize Retail?

Guggenheim Partners Senior Managing Director Dorothy Mattison and Tumi Chairman Joe Gromek discuss whether Apple Pay will help retail in making a comeback on “Market Makers.”



September 10, 2014
KBBO Group and Guggenheim Partners Announce Joint Venture

“Guggenheim KBBO Partners” Will Provide Global Investment and Advisory Services to Investors and Leading Companies in the Middle East
KBBO Group and Guggenheim Partners today announced a joint venture that will bring together Guggenheim Partners’ global investment banking and asset management capabilities with KBBO Group’s expert insights and in-depth industry and market knowledge in the Middle East.



September 09, 2014
Businessweek: You Missed $1 Trillion Return Agreeing With Fed Naysayers

When the Federal Reserve set interest rates near zero and began quantitative easing, many feared that the unprecedented stimulus would lead to runaway inflation and spell doom for the bond market. But some fixed-income investors such as Guggenheim Partners Global Chief Investment Officer Scott Minerd have profited. “There is a bias in the market that interest rates need to be higher,” Minerd told Bloomberg in an interview. “But that just isn’t based on sound analysis. Betting against the consensus on Treasuries has been a winning strategy.”



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