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How Morgan Stanley became Silicon Valley's favorite US bank (again) (MS, GS, FB, TWTR)

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

james gormanMorgan Stanley is back on top.

Once again, it is the #1 tech bank in the US.

This is a comeback.

Morgan Stanley's shine wore off a little in the wake of Facebook’s 2012 IPO. The bank was among a group of Facebook’s partners on the offering that withstood criticism for an oversubscribed offer that was hampered by Nasdaq’s technology.

Morgan Stanley may not have actually been to blame. Even outside Morgan Stanley’s walls, other banking pros are quick to point out what went wrong in Facebook’s IPO: the company’s capital structure was muddled thanks to unfettered secondary market trading, making it difficult to gauge who owned what, or, when.

Fairly blamed or not, after Facebook offering, Morgan Stanley saw its rank on Dealogic’s US technology advisory league table falter after several years being #1 in 2013.

This happened for a few reasons. Goldman Sachs got better at tech. It took the lead on Twitter’s 2013 IPO, which was Goldman's biggest tech or Internet IPO lead, ever. Meanwhile, Morgan Stanley also had to fend off boutique firms, like ex-Morgan Stanley veteran Frank Quattrone’s Qatalyst Partners, Guggenheim Securities, or Allen & Co.

But that's all over now.

As of mid-week, Morgan Stanley has reclaimed both the top spot for US tech M&A, and for IPOs so far in 2015, according to Dealogic data. The comeback appears complete.

That’s partly due to mega-deals like WhatsApp’s sale to Facebook, which is said to have netted Morgan Stanley about $80 million on one deal alone. But it is also thanks to Morgan Stanley reclaiming its mojo in the IPO space post-Facebook — though 2015's IPO tally is paltry, Morgan Stanley was number-one worldwide and in the US for tech IPOs in 2014, Dealogic data shows. 

The bank did not respond to requests for comment for this story, including questions on how many staffers Morgan Stanley's tech banking team employs.

Part of the reason the firm has experienced so much longevity at the top of the technology sector league tables owes to the tenure of its top bankers: several have been with the firm nearly two decades.

With specific dealmakers focusing on semiconductor companies, Internet, or software firms, industry sources say Morgan Stanley’s tech banking team has a depth of experience few firms’ “TMT” shops can top. Morgan Stanley's banking team doesn't focus on the "MT" part of TMT (which stands for telecom/media/technology, a vestige of days when technology M&A made up a smaller amount of banks' revenue). The firm's bankers that do tech deals only focus on tech. 

  • Morgan Stanley has a history of dominance in tech. “Morgan Stanley goes back some 25 years as the leading tech underwriter in the US,” says one Wall Street veteran, who recalls Morgan Stanley’s dominance in the late 1990s, in part fueled by its then-stars Mary Meeker and Quattrone.
  • “Paul Kwan is a rock star; the guy’s just a beast,” says another banker, who has worked with Kwan in the past. Kwan (who, according to his online bio, has been with Morgan Stanley 16 years) is credited as being the bank’s ’software’ banker, while Greg Mrva, who joined in 2013, is their ‘Internet’ guy. It’s this kind of focus to tech sources say has made Morgan Stanley stand out among tech firms.
  • Another thing that helps is Morgan Stanley’s West Coast location. “They’ve got a shop set up in Menlo Park, they’re demonstrating a commitment to the community,” says one Silicon Valley investor, while a corporate source notes “Goldman Sachs made a big mistake pulling out of Silicon Valley after 2000."
  • If Morgan Stanley really is back on top for US tech banking, this time, it could be for good: “It’s going to take years for someone to build that kind of infrastructure,” says an investment banker. It’s “going to be hard for someone to come in and take that market share.
  • Tenure seems to matter at Morgan Stanley. Drew Guevara, who has spent 20 years with the bank, and Andy Kearns, a 16-year veteran, last year became co-heads of global technology investment banking alongside Michael Grimes, a 20-year veteran who also took the lead for the bank’s work on Facebook’s IPO. Mike Wyatt has been with the firm for 21 years, and serves as head of global tech M&A.
  • A veteran's return has made a difference. Morgan Stanley lost Mark Edelstone, who is known in the Valley for semiconductor deals prowess (he also worked on the NXT-Freescale Semiconductor deal, 2015's biggest tech transaction) to JP Morgan, in 2007. But, in 2013, Edelstone returned to Morgan Stanley, and has been there ever since. 

We'd like to hear more about what people think of Morgan Stanley. Email Jmarino@businessinsider.com.

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Nxt: The Original Bitcoin 2.0 Platform With Smart Contracts, Decentralized Crowdfunding, Open Source and 18 Months of Development

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin Press Release: With over 18 months of development, The non-profit Nxt Foundation is pleased to announce many disruptive business and financial applications of Nxt’s blockchain technology: including trustless smart contracts, decentralized crowdfunding, a strong open source ethos and more. Nxt is different. While there are many players in the cryptocurrency 2.0 field, Nxt has several key elements that set it apart from the others. First and foremost, Nxt is a self-sufficient system. Many other projects depend on a blockchain implemented and maintained by an external party, usually Bitcoin. Nxt is a complete and self-contained system in itself. As any business owner knows, being dependent on a third party for an essential part of their business model introduces unnecessary risk. […]

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Nxt: The Original Bitcoin 2.0 Platform With Smart Contracts, Decentralized Crowdfunding, Open Source and 18 Months of Development

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin Press Release: With over 18 months of development, The non-profit Nxt Foundation is pleased to announce many disruptive business and financial applications of Nxt’s blockchain technology: including trustless smart contracts, decentralized crowdfunding, a strong open source ethos and more. Nxt is different. While there are many players in the cryptocurrency 2.0 field, Nxt has several key elements that set it apart from the others. First and foremost, Nxt is a self-sufficient system. Many other projects depend on a blockchain implemented and maintained by an external party, usually Bitcoin. Nxt is a complete and self-contained system in itself. As any business owner knows, being dependent on a third party for an essential part of their business model introduces unnecessary risk. […]

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Gaming Bitcoin Alternatives HYPER and GoldPieces Sponsor Digital Currency Crowdfunding Project PICISI And Launch Worldwide Crypto Gaming Network

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin Press Release: Gaming cryptocurrencies HYPER and GoldPieces (GP) are pleased to announce sponsorship of digital currency crowdfunding platform PICISI, many new cryptocurrency game servers, an exciting partnership with Coin2, and the launch of a worldwide crypto gaming network. Almost a year old, gaming digital currency HYPER continues to grow in the number of ways people can win HYPER playing games like Counter-Strike, and in the strength of the overall ecosystem. The HYPER head developer is excited to be involved in a community takeover of gaming cryptocurrency GoldPieces (GP), with plans to bring online many web based RPGs that support GP as the in-game currency in future. Currently, gamers can earn GoldPieces playing online RPG Dragon Knight, and fragging bots […]

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Bitcoin Company Spondoolies-Tech Made $28 Million Last Year

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Spondoolies-Tech, the Israeli company that is merging with Bitcoin Shop to consolidate their enterprises and resources, announced today that last year it had brought in about twenty-eight million dollars. By comparison, many other companies in the Bitcoin world are still in the venture capital funding phases of their progression. Spondoolies’ integration with Bitcoin Shop will […]

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International Money Transfer Conference to Hold Blockchain and Remittance Day

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

An annual international remittance conference will hold a day dedicated to the blockchain and teach attendees about the technology that could potentially disrupt their industry. The International Money Transfer Conference (IMTC) will hold the Blockchain and Remittance Day during their event in Istanbul on May 25th. The one-day event will be part of a larger conference about remittances in the Middle East, Africa and Europe. Attendees range from executives of large remittance companies to industry analysts to founders of money transfer startups. The special blockchain event is meant to introduce a “range of practical subjects” about new money transfer systems built on top of Ripple and Bitcoin that could be used for remittances. Much talk has surrounded the enormous potential […]

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International Money Transfer Conference to Hold Blockchain and Remittance Day

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

An annual international remittance conference will hold a day dedicated to the blockchain and teach attendees about the technology that could potentially disrupt their industry. The International Money Transfer Conference (IMTC) will hold the Blockchain and Remittance Day during their event in Istanbul on May 25th. The one-day event will be part of a larger conference about remittances in the Middle East, Africa and Europe. Attendees range from executives of large remittance companies to industry analysts to founders of money transfer startups. The special blockchain event is meant to introduce a “range of practical subjects” about new money transfer systems built on top of Ripple and Bitcoin that could be used for remittances. Much talk has surrounded the enormous potential […]

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Open Bitcoin Privacy Project Ranks Winners and Losers for Wallet Privacy

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The Open Bitcoin Privacy Project (OBPP), has released a report on 10 leading Bitcoin wallets, setting standards for privacy that they argue are much needed in the space. The Bitcoin wallets in the report include Coinbase, Blockchain.info, Mycelium, Darkwallet, Airbitz, Armory, Electrum, Bitcoin Wallet and Multibit Classic. According to the report, Darkwallet is the most privacy-concerned wallet, while Coinbase falls on the other end of the spectrum. OBPP is a Bitcoin privacy research organization lead by prominent figures in the Bitcoin community, including Kristov Atlas, a well-known privacy researcher; software designer Justus Ranvier; engineer Daniel Krawisz at Monetas; technical illustrator Samuel Peterson, and others. The researchers looked at various aspects of wallet software, including where public addresses are generated, whether […]

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Silicon Valley's housing nightmare is breeding absurd assumptions and unrealistic solutions

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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The geographical heart of the tech boom, Silicon Valley up through San Francisco, has a major problem: it has too many people making lots of money, and not enough places for them to live.

A 2013 Wealthfront post on how much a couple needs to afford a wealthy lifestyle in Silicon Valley has gotten renewed attention in the last couple of days on social media.

You may not be moved by the plight of the couple making $250,000, but policymakers should be. If the country's wealthiest laborers can barely afford to live where they work in this part of California, what is to be said for everyone else in the area? Where are the service workers, bus drivers, hotel operators, and support staff supposed to live?

Wealthfront's analysis finds that a couple making $250,000 a year, with a 3-bedroom house in Silicon Valley and plans to send their (two) children to private college will end up several hundred thousand dollars short on retirement savings if they rely on investing alone.

Wealthfront says that the couple needs a good cushion of equity from a successful startup in order to make up the difference.

Here are Wealthfront's assumptions: 

To do our analysis we had to make a number of assumptions about a young, professional Silicon Valley couple[1]. We started with 30 year olds. We assumed they earn a generous $250,000 per year and spend $60,000 per year on items not related to supporting children.  The couple’s income and spending grow at an inflation rate of 3% per year. Their income stops at age 65, when they retire, but they begin drawing social security at 70.

They buy a house when they turn 30 for $1 million financed with a $200,000 down payment and an $800,000 mortgage. The mortgage has a 3.75% fixed interest rate for 30 years. For context, a 3.75% interest rate is historically low.

Federal and state taxes represent 45% of income, and savings are invested at 6% a year.

The couple has two children, one when both are 30 and the other when they’re 32. Each child costs about $22,000 a year to support. (This number includes housing costs for the United States. In Silicon Valley, we think $22,000 is the cost without housing). The couple needs to save $1,100 per month for 18 years to afford to send each child to private college. Alternatively, they could save $6,500 per child per year for 18 years to afford to send their kids to a public university.  (Unfortunately, families that currently earn $250,000 per year do not qualify for financial aid at most universities.)

Absurdities in the assumptions aside ($2400 a year for a gardner creates about 50% of the $270,000 hole Wealthfront says the couple will have after 50 years), the big problem here is housing. Wealthfront assumes that the couple needs $1 million for a house. That's absurd. But it's pretty much a reality if you want to live within a reasonable commute and — this is an important and — in a good public school district.

The individual solution from the perspective of a financial advisor might be to strike it rich with an equity stake in a successful startup, but that's not solving the larger societal problem. Housing prices in the San Francisco area are high because there aren't enough houses for everyone who wants to live there.

And that's a policy problem that affects everyone from the $250,000 couple down to the Google bus driver giving them a ride to work.

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Bitcoin Price Caught In A Trap

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin price is making small moves in a narrow space as traders lose track of direction and wave counts. It may be a countdown to a price surge or a build-up to a let-down. This analysis is provided by xbt.social with a 3 hour delay. Read the full analysis here. Not a member? Join now […]

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Overstock Purchases Stake in Stock Brokerage Firm for Upcoming Blockchain-based Securities Exchange

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The Salt Lake City-based online retailer Overstock is working on a revolutionary new development: a new independent stock exchange dubbed Medici, powered by Bitcoin technology. The new stock exchange could sidestep traditional stock exchanges such as NYSE and NASDAQ and issue corporate stock directly over the Internet. In a prospectus filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on April 24, Overstock indicated that it may issue up to $500 million in stock or other securities through an alternative trading system built upon blockchain technology that powers bitcoin. Overstock’s CEO Patrick Byrne is confident that the SEC will approve the filing eventually: “I wouldn’t have taken all the time and trouble and expense to do this if I didn’t plan on […]

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Bitnation Pangea Releases Alpha of Governance System Based on the Blockchain

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitnation, the blockchain-based Governance 2.0 initiative led by charismatic founder Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof, released a first alpha of its Bitnation Pangea collaborative platform for DIY Governance. The release is tagged alpha 0.1.0, which makes it clear that it isn’t yet stable or full-featured. However, the roadmap is nothing short of revolutionary and could have a significant impact. “Bitnation is a Governance 2.0 Operating System, designed to disrupt the nation-state oligopoly through offering more convenient, secure and cost-efficient governance services,” Tarkowski Tempelhof, a Swedish thinker and activist who spent years working as a contractor in various conflict zones , told Bitcoin Magazine. “As the world progressively moves away from the current geographical nation state paradigm due to globalization, it leaves room […]

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Coinapult Coming Back to America

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Coinapult, the service that allows users to lock in the value of their Bitcoin by storing them with it, announced today that it is going to be coming back to the US market. Coinapult will no longer be handling the fiat side of its business, instead handing over this side of its operation to Crypto […]

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CCN Podcast Episode 2: Interview with Chris Wagner of Spendabit

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

In this episode, CCN talks to Chris Wagner of Spendabit.co, the Bitcoin shopping search engine. We also talk about our recent stories: 99% of all bitcoins are owned by 1% of Bitcoiners & Spoondoolies-Tech has announced a merger with Bitcoin Shop, Inc. Also, the host has a question for our listeners, near the end of […]

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Bitcoin Lending Platform Bitbond Raises €600,000 in Funding

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Peer-to-peer bitcoin lending company Bitbond has closed a €600,000 angel investment round, raising its total funding to €800,000. The company, which launched in June 2013, received funds from its seed investor, Point Nine Capital and business angels, including Christian Vollmann, an early investor in ResearchGate. Radoslav Albrecht, founder and CEO at BitBond, said: "The additional resources will help us […]

Bitcoin Pizza Day On May 22 An Opportunity To Help Children With Illness

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

May 22 marks the annual “Bitcoin Pizza Day,” an anniversary of the day in which one of the most expensive pizzas in the history of the world was purchased. The Story Laszlo Hanyecz purchased the so-called Bitcoin Pizza on 22 May 2010. The programmer paid a Bitcoin Talk forum user 10,000 BTC for two Papa […]

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Cyber Criminals Attack Bank of China for Bitcoin Ransom

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Cyber criminals attacking businesses for bitcoin has spread from the West to the Far East, as new attacks are being reported by some of the world’s top Asian banks. The Bank of China and the Bank of East Asia have been attacked in recent days by hackers looking for Bitcoin ransom, according to Hong Kong’s The […]

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Bitcoin's baby offers new revolution

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