Definitions

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  • adj. Extending throughout a company, or firm

Etymologies

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firm +‎ -wide

Examples

  • The losses caused Harbinger's firmwide assets to plunge to $4 billion at the end of 2011, from a high of $26 billion in 2008.

    Harbinger's Main Fund Declined 47% Last Year

  • Jefferies's firmwide compensation and benefits spending in 2011 rose 15% from a year ago, but the firm's head count increased by 27% from a year earlier, meaning the pool was spread over a larger number of employees, according to an analysis of public filings.

    Pay and Restructuring Rile Staff at Jefferies

  • Executives at Wells Fargo & Co . have repeatedly said they aren't planning big, firmwide layoffs, preferring instead to cut its use of temporary workers, trim vendor contracts and consolidate lines of business.

    Morgan Stanley to Cut 1,600 Jobs

  • Mr. Blankfein promised a firmwide review of Goldman's business practices at last year' annual shareholder meeting.

    At Goldman Meeting, Pay Is Likely to Rule the Day

  • Mr. Kashkari has focused on international and emerging market strategies, in part because of a firmwide view that developing markets will offer more opportunity in coming years and in part because he believed such funds offered a better chance for Pimco to stand apart.

    Pimco Off to Slow Start in Equities

  • Herbert B. McDade became Lehman's president, he met with Mr. O'Meara and others to discuss the "B.lance Sheet and Key Disclosures" document, which reported firmwide use of Repo 105 at quarter-end, the examiner found.

    What Lehman's Central Players Knew

  • But Mr. O'Meara was involved in setting firmwide limits on Repo 105, starting at least at about mid-2006 and through Dec. 1, 2007, the examiner found.

    What Lehman's Central Players Knew

  • "While incentive compensation continues to be the largest portion of total compensation on a firmwide basis, we think the higher base salaries will also take a bite out of flexibility," he said.

    Wall Street Analysts Dim Their View on Goldman, Morgan Stanley

  • It makes news mostly when it announces firmwide layoffs.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: DLA Piper, Armey Part Ways, but Are All Smiles

  • Under the so-called "stress test" program, which was first hinted at earlier this month when the White House rolled out its financial recovery plan, banking regulators would examine major financial institutions estimating firmwide losses for the next two years if economic conditions worsened and the bank's ability to absorb such losses.

    Consumer Reports Morning Update

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