Late Lunchtime Links: European banks’ bonuses will be diverted to pay bankers on Wall Street. Here’s who’s hiring in M&A

Late Lunchtime Links: European banks’ bonuses will be diverted to pay bankers on Wall Street. Here’s who’s hiring in M&A

It's starting to look like European banks, for whom this year's bonus pools are thought to be particularly piddly, will need to sacrifice paying their bankers in London…

Expectations mount that Goldman Sachs will pay excellent bonuses this year, Credit Suisse won’t

Expectations mount that Goldman Sachs will pay excellent bonuses this year, Credit Suisse won’t

When Goldman Sachs announced its 2011 bonuses last year, they came as a bit of a disappointment. People at Goldman were very unhappy, headhunters told us in February…

Bad bonuses turn bankers into slackers

Bad bonuses turn bankers into slackers

With some banks having already announced their bonuses and others just weeks away, grumblings about the size of this year’s payments have begun. While jumping ship isn’t an…

Barclays, Jefferies and JPMorgan the safest banks to work for in London last year

Barclays, Jefferies and JPMorgan the safest banks to work for in London last year

New figures from IMAS, the information provider which helpfully monitors the number of FSA approved people working for financial services firms in London, show that there were big…

Citi’s Corbat Risks Tunnel Vision with New Exec Team

Citi’s Corbat Risks Tunnel Vision with New Exec Team

Citigroup chief executive Michael Corbat is a company lifer, having spent his entire career at the banking giant or its predecessor companies. Three months into the job, Corbat…

Switzerland sheds its image as a welcoming country for highly paid financiers

Switzerland sheds its image as a welcoming country for highly paid financiers

If you're tired of the politicization of banking in Europe and the U.S. and are contemplating a move to Switzerland where taxes are low and living standards are…

Late Lunchtime Links: 6,000 bankers in London now led by a man deemed grossly incompetent

Late Lunchtime Links: 6,000 bankers in London now led by a man deemed grossly incompetent

When Alex Wilmot Sitwell joined Bank of American Merrill Lynch in London last year, as president of Europe and emerging markets ex-Asia, it was rumoured that the Financial…

Where Deutsche Bank suggests the banking jobs will be in 2013

Where Deutsche Bank suggests the banking jobs will be in 2013

Analysts at Deutsche Bank don't think 2013 will be a particularly good year for jobs in investment banking. In a note released earlier this week they predicted that…

What’s wrong with working at Cantor Fitzgerald?

What’s wrong with working at Cantor Fitzgerald?

If you're looking for a knight in hiring armour to rescue you from the morass of unemployment, Cantor Fitzgerald is your best bet. The brokerage firm is in…

Late Lunchtime Links: Barclays, RBS and Lloyds will all cap bankers’ bonuses this year. It doesn’t matter

Late Lunchtime Links: Barclays, RBS and Lloyds will all cap bankers’ bonuses this year. It doesn’t matter

It's happened before and unfortunately it seems that it will happen again: British investment banks will be allegedly be imposing a ceiling on their cash bonuses for 2012.…

1 695 696 697 698 699 759