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U.S. banks have reasons to cheer Trump's appointment, but others will struggle. Hedge funds can no longer expense bar tabs.
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A precocious computer science professor talks about his predictions for how machine learning is likely to impact financial services employment.
The percentage of British banking jobs that could disappear as a result of Brexit is slowly rising.
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If the City of London goes, it's not just going to pop up again elsewhere.
Andrea Orcel has tried shaking the British government out of its complacency on banking jobs.
Here's how to avoid the chopping block when your firm makes job cuts – or at least position yourself to land on your feet if you are made redundant.