Ana Sirbu went from Harvard to UBS to Silver Lake to a financial technology startup, then joined Google and got promoted before jumping back to fintech.
I realized I want to work in a strategic management function at a bank after interning at Credit Suisse and speaking at the WEF in Davos.
Good juniors are hard to find and banks don't want to see them go. Senior staff are a different matter.
When Yong Gao graduated from ESSEC's Master in Finance programme, he ended up with a new job in a new city.
How Hong Kong bankers work the room.
"I got on the hedonic treadmill in 1999 when I joined Lehman Brothers. I stayed there for 18 years."
Julian Beckh may have nailed the perfect exit from an investment banking division. And no, it doesn't involve joining the buy-side.
Get out of the cubicle, says Deutsche's ex-global head of rates sales.
Peter Maragos said the trading paradigm will completely shift in 10 years, and the buy-side desk will be staffed almost exclusively by technologists.
I don't mean to sound prurient, but the men in banking are all on top.
You have to pay your dues when you enter any industry, but starting out at a hedge fund has the reputation for being more difficult than most jobs.