Six months ago, Ruediger W. Rohner was selling equities. Now he's selling yogis.
Human beings are only better than algorithms at making investment decisions in some situations, and their advantage is tiny.
David Davis just squished your City finance career.
Susquehanna is set to ramp up its technology headcount and wants to hear from candidates in London and other overseas markets
Morning Coffee: New York to pay BlackRock $25m to create 700 jobs. Bankers rush to join this 29-year-old
BlackRock is moving its NYC HQ and will get millions in special tax credits as an incentive to hire. Plus: A youngster hired five top real estate bankers.
Aggressive hiring will continue, providing a great opportunity for juniors with a business, accounting or law degree and industry knowledge.
Yesterday, Credit Suisse said it had stopped restructuring its global markets business. Today, we hear it's made some big cuts.
Whatever happens in 2017, one thing's certain: cost cutting in banks isn't over. Position yourself to avoid the coming cull.
Credit Suisse has been harbouring a large systematic hedge fund. It's also been going against the grain of juniorization.
A Goldman Sachs MD quit for the industry of the future.
Incoming private equity analysts and associates are ahead of the game, with job offers already lined up for next year when they graduate.