Evercore Partners, Inc.

  • The Upside Potential for This Investment Bank

    By Anh HOANG - May 13, 2013 | Tickers: EVR, GHL, LAZ

    Lazard (NYSE: LAZ) has been quite a volatile stock during the past ten years, with a lot of ups and downs. Since the beginning of the year, Lazard has just gained nearly 10%, much lower than the S&P 500’s return of more than 14%. However, many investors seem to be bullish about this investment bank. T. Rowe Price held more than 10.25 million shares, accounting for 8 more »

  • International M&A Creates Opportunity for Banks

    By Austin Higgins - May 1, 2013 | Tickers: EVR, GS, NES.DL

    Global mergers and acquisitions have been steadily rising since 2010. As more companies are acquiring and seeking to be acquired, investment banks both large and small are experience excellent returns.

    Evercore Partners (NYSE: EVR) is a boutique investment bank that has two distinct divisions: investment advisory and investment management. The investment advisory division focuses on mergers, acquisitions, leveraged buyouts and other expansion activities. It has facilitated over $1 trillion in more »

  • Betting on Boutique Investment Banks

    By Federico Zaldua - April 25, 2013 | Tickers: EVR, GHL, LAZ

    Big Investment banking firms such as Morgan Stanley, Barclays or even the almighty Goldman Sachs have shown that they are houses where conflicts of interests abound (think of Goldman's scandalous CDO pre-crisis structuring).

    The crisis that wiped off Lehman Brothers also generated a historic opportunity for smaller investments banks. From then on, smaller firms could grab a bigger chunk of the total banking fee pie (coming from restructurings, M more »

  • International M&A

    By Austin Higgins - April 4, 2013 | Tickers: EVR, GS, NES.DL

    Global mergers and acquisitions have been steadily rising since 2010. As more companies are acquiring and seeking to be acquired, investment banks both large and small are experience excellent returns.

    Evercore Partners Inc. (NYSE: EVR) is a boutique investment bank that has two distinct divisions: investment advisory and investment management. The investment advisory division focuses on mergers, acquisitions, leveraged buyouts and other expansion activities. It has facilitated over $1 trillion more »

  • iBanking: An Analysis of 2 Investment Boutiques

    By Maxwell Fisher - October 30, 2012 | Tickers: EVR, GHL, JEF, LAZ

    The 2000’s were a tough time for investment bankers toiling in the traditional advisory areas.  In the wake of Sandy Weil’s game of chicken with the U.S. Congress that led to the repeal of Glass-Steagall, commercial banks encroached on the turf of the investment banks and the investment banks responded by bulking up.  It was the decade of the trader, VaR exploded as banks embraced risk and more »

  • Ouch! Greenhill & Co. Got Hit Hard this Past Quarter

    By Tyler Crowe - July 22, 2012 | Tickers: EVR, GS, GHL, LAZ

    The world of M&A advisory has not been kind as of late.  Bloomberg is reporting that there has been a 22% reduction in deals.  Even worse, the total value of those deals is falling even sharper.  Why is this happening?  Well, the less than appetizing cocktail of market volatility, uncertain political futures, and that elephant in the room known as the Eurozone crisis have all lent a hand in more »

  • Asset Managers in the Spotlight

    By Chris Martin - February 17, 2012 | Tickers: BLK, EVR, FII, LM

    For those that read the WSJ, you've been seeing the recent changes the SEC is trying to push through governing money market funds.  Both the corporate world and the investment world are vehemently opposed to them and should they pass would only further drain these funds of their assets.  

    Currently there is a little under $3T in money funds which is down from a spike of $4T several years more »