Bear Stearns Companies Inc.
Address: Brooklyn, NY
security brokers, dealers & flotation companies
Bear Stearns was acquired by JPMorgan in May 2008.
Bear Stearns Companies Inc. financial information:
Bear Stearns Companies Inc. past relationships:
Jason N. Ader - senior managing director
Bailout - Bear Stearns bridge loan - recipient
Bailout - Primary Dealer Credit - borrower
Bailout - Term Securities Lending - borrower
Garrett M. Baker - investment banker
Carol Bellamy - managing director
BlackRock, Inc. - manager of former assets
Denis A. Bovin - vice chairman
James E. Cayne - chairman
Ralph R. Cioffi - senior managing director
Barry J. Cohen - senior managing director
H. Rodgin Cohen - adviser
Tracy L. Collins - senior managing director
Heidi Crebo-Rediker - managing director
Peter Croncota - senior managing director
Marvin H. Davidson - managing partner
Edward Reynolds Downe Jr. - director
Alvin H. Einbender (deceased) - COO
Jeffrey Epstein - partner
Elizabeth M. Eveillard - senior managing director
Federal Reserve Bank of New York - provided March 2008 bailout
Marc L. Flaster - managing director
Thomas M. Flexner - vice chairman
Jonathan F. Foster - senior managing director
Andrew E. Friedman - analyst
Louis P. Friedman - vice chairman of investment banking
Christopher Gardner - broker
Barry Giarraputo - senior managing director
Alan C. Greenberg (deceased) - chairman
Paul Hallingby Jr. (deceased) - general partner
William H. Hayden - senior managing director
Joseph M. Jacobs - senior managing director
JPMorgan Chase & Co. - acquirer
Ilan Kaufthal - vice chairman of investment banking
Raymond W. Kelly - head of global security
Douglas R. Korn - senior managing director
Henry R. Kravis - partner
Bruce Lisman - head of global equities
Steven Loglisci - account manager
David M. Malcolm - senior managing director
David Malpass - chief economist
Richard A. Marin - chairman & CEO of asset management
James D. Marver - senior managing director
W. Patrick McMullan - senior managing director
William J. Montgoris - COO
John A. Paulson - managing director
Richard L. Perkal - senior managing director
Theodore Petroulas - VP
Barry Porter - senior managing director
E. John Rosenwald Jr. - vice chairman
Peter H. Rothschild - managing director
Howard Rubin - senior managing director
Frederic V. Salerno - director
Kristian R. Salovaara - managing director
Alan D. Schwartz - CEO
Lee J. Seidler - general partner
John C. Sites Jr. - EVP
Michael S. Solender - general counsel
Maurice Sonnenberg - SVP
Warren Spector - president & co-COO
Sheldon I. Stein - senior managing director
Theodore H. Strauss - senior managing director
Donald W. Tang - vice chairman
Matthew M. Tannin - portfolio manager
Michael L. Tarnopol (deceased) - vice chairman
Michael E. Tennenbaum - vice chairman
Vincent S. Tese - director
Cary H. Thompson - senior managing director
Monica Vachher - managing director
George J. Zahringer III - senior managing director
Uzi Zucker - senior managing director
Additional Muckety map information sources:
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
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Contributions to political organizations reporting to IRS:
Democratic Governors Association - $25,000 on 11/30/2004
Smart Government, Inc. - $5,000 on 10/24/2003
Muckety news stories featuring Bear Stearns Companies Inc.
Because they were major shareholders when their firms collapsed, James E. Cayne of Bear Stearns and Richard S. Fuld Jr. of Lehman Brothers have been seen as two of the biggest losers of the recession.
November 24, 2009
Recent history has not been kind to James E. Cayne, the CEO who has been blamed for the collapse of Bear Stearns, the investment bank that was sold at a bargain basement price to JP Morgan Chase earlier this year.
August 6, 2008
A little more than a year ago, they were masters of the universe, pulling down eight-figure salaries as hedge fund managers at the vanguard of the booming mortgage market.
June 20, 2008
The animosity between Bear Stearns's former chairman Alan Greenberg and its soon-to-be former chairman James Cayne has become painfully public.
May 7, 2008
Things are looking up, but only slightly, for Bahama billionaire Joe Lewis.
March 24, 2008
Racing against the clock, JPMorgan Chase agreed to buy once-mighty Bear Stearns for just $2 a share Sunday.
March 16, 2008
Bear Stearns, drowning in debt from its mortgage-related investments, received a lifeline yesterday from the Federal Reserve of New York.
March 15, 2008
In the end, it would seem that the bottom line at Bear Stearns Cos. for James Cayne was the bottom line.
January 8, 2008
In a classic fiddling-while-Rome-burns story, the Wall Street Journal traced the activities of James Cayne, the CEO of Bear Stearns Cos. this summer.
November 1, 2007