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Brad Hintz

A Debt-Related Charge of $1.2 Billion Puts a Dent in the Profit of Morgan Stanley

“All the investors hope that this is a watershed event in the sense that litigation risk drops,” said Brad Hintz, an analyst with Sanford C. Bernstein. “But there’s no reason for us to believe that that’s the case, other than the fact that this is higher than we’ve seen before.” ...

Goldman Seen Joined by Deutsche Bank on Apple Offering

“Goldman’s going to be the logical play, but that doesn’t mean the others aren’t going to try,” said Brad Hintz, an analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. in New York who rates Goldman Sachs’s stock outperform. “If you’re one of the big technology players, you’re going to want to win this ...

Cross-Selling Won't Be Easy At Morgan Stanley

It’s a strategy that Sanford C. Bernstein Research analyst Brad Hintz describes as throwing multiple ropes on a client via financial products so that it becomes more difficult for them to leave the firm. The idea is to make more money off of existing clients by offering them the breadth ...

Goldman Sachs Agonized Over Pay Cuts

"Arguably for the first time, Wall Street's shareholders are getting the lion's share of the profitability," said Brad Hintz, a former Morgan Stanley treasurer who is now an analyst at Bernstein Research. The bank's quarterly profit tripled, helped by gains from investments and bond ...

Optimism seen ahead of J.P. Morgan, Wells Fargo results

“I think banks will be relatively optimistic on 2014,” said Brad Hintz, analyst at Bernstein. “They are getting an idea where the regulators are pushing them, they know what they have to do.” The markets are recovering, Europe seems to be recovering and the Chinese seems to be addressing ...

Bank Stocks Rally, Traders Relieved

Berstein Research senior analyst Brad Hintz said the stress tests implied Goldman Sachs ( GS ), Morgan Stanley ( MS ) and State Street ( SST ) were among the most economically sensitive stocks, with these firms subjected to additional global market shock and counterparty default ...

What next for the 'Wall Street Refiners' as JPM exits physical commodities?

Brad Hintz, a Wall Street analyst at Sanford Bernstein & Co in New York and a former treasurer of Morgan Stanley, said that regulatory pressures would probably lead to other banks eventually following JPMorgan's lead. "The commodities business of the future will likely devolve to its ...

Morgan Stanley to cut jobs, may signal more pain ahead

Bernstein Research analyst Brad Hintz, a former Morgan Stanley treasurer, said in a report on Wednesday that layoffs are expected in capital-intensive areas of Morgan Stanley's fixed-income trading business, such as asset-backed securitization, synthetic products, structured credit and ...

Morgan Stanley to cut jobs, may signal more pain ahead

Bernstein Research analyst Brad Hintz, a former Morgan Stanley treasurer, said in a report on Wednesday that layoffs are expected in capital-intensive areas of Morgan Stanley's fixed-income trading business, such as asset-backed securitization, synthetic products, structured credit and ...

Wall Street banks likely stung again by bad bond-trading quarter

Debt underwriting revenue is expected to have fallen 26 per cent compared with the third quarter of 2012, according to Bernstein analyst Brad Hintz. The decline comes despite some large bond offerings, such as Verizon Communications Inc's $49 billion capital raise earlier this month, and ...

Wall Street Transcript Interview with Brad Hintz, Former Morgan Stanley and Lehman Brothers Exec Now...

Mon, Apr 1, 2013, 5:37 PM EDT - U.S. Markets closed Wall Street Transcript Interview with Brad Hintz, Former Morgan Stanley and Lehman Brothers Exec Now the Equity Research Analyst Covering the Securities and Asset Management Industries at Sanford Bernstein & Company 67 WALL STREET, New ...

Morgan Stanley profit slides on weak bond trading

Recently, Alliance Bernstein analyst Brad Hintz noted tthe investment bank's 2009 wealth management initiative appears to be nearing completion, providing a tailwind for the wealth management segment. "Effectively, the new Morgan Stanley has arrived with leading positions in investment ...

Goldman Sachs Posts Record Underwriting Revenue as Trading Dips

That compared with estimates of $1.61 billion from Sanford C. Bernstein ’s Brad Hintz and $1.81 billion from Matt Burnell at Wells Fargo & Co. Revenue from the equities division declined 27 percent from a year earlier to $1.68 billion. Excluding a $43 million accounting adjustment...

As rivals fade, Goldman stands firm on commodities

" says Brad Hintz, a Wall Street analyst at Sanford Bernstein & Co and a former treasurer of Morgan Stanley. Goldman bought J. Aron, then a small trading house focused on coffee and gold, in 1981, the same year that commodity merchant Philipp Brothers (Phibro) bought Solomon Brothers ...

Charles Schwab EPS, Revenue Gains Best In At Least 2 Years

"Once retail investors know they aren't going to lose their job, then they are going to take some risks," said Brad Hintz, a senior equity analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein. He sees retail investors moving out of safer money market funds and moving into hybrid funds, which are made up of ...

Sanford's Hintz cuts Goldman and Morgan Stanley estimates

Calling the trading decline facing the big banks "a full-scale rout," Sanford's Brad Hintz cuts his Goldman Sachs ( GS -1.3%) Q3 EPS estimate 15% to $2.62, and Morgan Stanley's ( MS -0.4%) 20% to $0.41. Q3 is typically soft, he notes, but this year is something more and fixed-income ...

The Deal: ICE-NYSE Unexpected Merger Success

Sanford C. Bernstein equity research analyst Brad Hintz noted that two generations of Wall Street "star managers" had attempted to turn the NYSE around and failed. The catch for any buyer, he said, was that they couldn't shut down the NYSE given its status as a cultural icon. But ...

The Deal: BATS, Direct Edge Take Swing at Incumbents

Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. equity research analyst Brad Hintz said the deal would pressure the market shares of the NYSE and Nasdaq "because clearing of equity trades is a utility, the equity exchange business model has become a very competitive, scale business with no barriers to ...

Goldman Sachs: Is The Leopard Changing Its Spots?

However, as Brad Hintz, banking analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co says, the only banking sector that is doing well is investment banking. Mergers and acquisitions are up more than 20% whereas underwriting volumes have grown 30%. According to Hintz, this "will hurt Morgan ...

Wall Street Is RethinkingCommodity-Trading Role

It has also generated about 20% of the firm's fixed-income division revenue from 1999 to 2010, according to Sanford Bernstein analyst Brad Hintz. Banks once gorged on commodities trading "because they had the advantage of really cheap financing," said Mr. Hintz. But now, he said...

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