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  • Peake, known as Jay, had a front-row view as Wall Street firms were inundated by paper during what became known as the back-office crisis of the late 1960s.

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  • Peake, known as Jay, had a front-row view as Wall Street firms were inundated by paper during what became known as the back-office crisis of the late 1960s.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • These banks act as custodians for investment firms' securities, handling a number of tasks, including currency trades and back-office work, for institutional investors.

    Currency Charges Weren't Monitored

  • More TD Ameritrade Profit Climbs 6.5% TD Ameritrade Launches 100 Commission-Free ETFs TD Ameritrade Faces Fraud Complaint At TD Ameritrade, Mr. Kelley oversaw operations and technology, including back-office support for the company's retail client service, and the company's institutional and clearing business units, the website said.

    TD Ameritrade Operating Chief Is Out

  • But AT&T executives have said that cost savings from rationalizing retail chains, advertising and back-office systems are a big part of the deal's rationale.

    T-Mobile Dealers Start to Hang Up

  • Morgan Bank with a back-office department in which the staff was hard-pressed to collect and reconcile data at the end of every month.

    Ron Ashkenas: Return, Reenergize, and Reinvent Your Business

  • He conceded progress had been made in achieving efficiency savings, centralising procurement and moving towards sharing back-office functions.

    CBI criticises Cameron for backing down over public service reforms

  • Other deaths included that of a 51-year-old who threw himself off a bridge in the Alps after being moved from a back-office job to one in a call centre.

    France Telecom worker kills himself in office car park

  • For example, in investment banks the nominating committee should have members with direct contact or recent experience in front-line trading, back-office risk management and the public oversight of the industry.

    Why Boards Are Still So Out Of Touch

  • Yet many retirement experts say corporations don't do a good enough job for their employees, often simply choosing the target-date fund run by the investment company that also handles back-office accounting services for the company's retirement plan.

    Targeting Fees in Target-Date Funds

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