Goldman Sachs just did something very unusual in the first quarter. And it's good news if you want to work there.
Banking career paths have changed. You now need to get into a top bank before you turn into a pumpkin.
What's worse than working 80 hour weeks in M&A in London? And HSBC bankers stand accused of bullying control staff.
When bankers reach 35 in China without hitting the senior ranks, they face the choice of stagnation or quitting.
You want to work in private banking in Asia. Will an MBA or a CFA serve you best? Or should you be doing a Masters in Wealth Management?
CICC is handing out bonus of up to 48 months' salary, potentially to retain staff, after a few years' revenue decline that led to an exodus of executives.
In an act of incongruity, RBS has just made a big hire into its investment bank.
Bank of China has been expanding overseas business quite quickly. It is in great need of talents all over the world. The recruitment won't stop.
The internationalization of the RMB is creating offshore banking jobs.
Does it make sense not to promote anyone to MD for three years running? Yes, according to Lazard.