We have updated our Terms of Use.
Please read our new Privacy Statement before continuing.

Muted rivalry

16 April 2020 By Antony Currie

The Wall Street firm profited less from trading in pandemic-ravaged markets than its rival and paid more tax. It also has a bigger – though now useful – capital buffer, crimping returns. Yet boss James Gorman, in Covid-19 recovery himself, managed to muster better returns.

This content is for Subscribers only


Email a friend

Please complete the form below.

Required fields *


(Separate multiple email addresses with commas)