Lazard’s reshuffle should put growth above politics

By David Rothnie
20 Jun 2019

A series of top-level changes at Lazard suggests there will be a battle to succeed Ken Jacobs at the helm, but not before it has regained first place in global advisory, writes David Rothnie.

Lazard, long the doyen of independent financial advice, is facing three big challenges: how to move to a new phase of growth as global M&A volumes stall; how to beat off increasingly fierce competition from fellow independent firms, in particular from Evercore Partners; and how to install a ...

Already a subscriber?

Continue reading this article

Try full access to GlobalCapital

Free trial