4 Financial Stock Stories Making a Commotion Today

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM): Current price $50.80

A judge in Florida has decided that J.P. Morgan Chase may foreclose on O.J. Simpson’s mansion, according to The New York Post. Simpson purchased the 4,233-square foot house in 2000 after he had moved to Florida to avert a multi-million dollar civil judgment lodged against him for the death of Ron Goldman.

Simpson was acquitted in the famous Los Angeles trial of charges that he killed Goldman and his ex-wife Nicole, but was later found liable in a civil case brought by Goldman’s family. In 2008, Simpson was convicted of armed robbery and kidnapping in Las Vegas and sentenced to 33 years in prison, where he is now.

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Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB): Current price $43.45

Leading Deutsche Bank’s communications unit will soon be the European Central Bank’s long-time spokesperson, Regina Schueller, who joined the ECB in 1994 and has been chief of the press and information division since 1999. In addition, she has served in the press office through the administrations of three ECB presidents, Mario Draghi, along with his predecessors Jean-Claude Trichet and  the late Wim Duisenberg.

Schueller is the second major press official to exit the central bank for the private sector this year. Prior to this, Director of Communications Elisabeth Ardaillon-Poirer left to join the public relations firm Publicis Groupe.

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American International Group, Inc. (NYSE:AIG): Current price $46.25

On Tuesday, AIG announced that Damian Coory has been named the newly created role of Vice President for Corporate Marketing and Communications for Asia Pacific. Coory will report to Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, Christina Pretto, and will also hold a matrix reporting line to Chief Executive Jose Hernandez of Asia Pacific.

In his new role, Coory will be responsible for leading AIG’s corporate communications operations and team spanning the Asia Pacific region, including Japan, with regional responsibility for executive communications, media relations, corporate brand, internal communications, and corporate social responsibility and sponsorship initiatives.

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Citigroup Inc. (NYSE:C): Current price $48.30

Julia Numair, who traded credit-default swaps indexes before exiting Citi in March, has joined an online ”digital doorman” company founded by two other ex-Wall Street credit employees. Numair said in an interview this week that in July, she began as chief of sales and marketing for Clean Cube, which supplies dry-cleaning drop-off and other services to New York residential buildings that have no doormen.

The company was started by the former UBS structured credit employee Arthur Shmulevsky, who left the bank in 2012, and Ryan Argan, who was a structured credit salesman at Morgan Stanley before leaving in March. Numair was at Citigroup nearly five years, according to Financial Industry Regulatory Authority records.

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