Tag: M&A

M&A bankers enjoying inversion marathon while it lasts

M&A bankers are likely watching the tax inversion battle closely. The practice has been helping to line their pockets all year.

RBC Capital Markets continues London hiring drive

RBC Capital Markets has been opportunistically poaching from rivals retreating from certain business areas.

Morning Coffee: Banks demand Blackberry cold turkey, Google’s ‘toothbrush test’ excludes expensive investment bankers

Investment banks are demanding that their employees really take time off. Google's boss explains why he doesn't really use bankers.

Five key takeways from Citi’s Q2 results

Citi's investment bank didn't do well during the second quarter, but some divisions held up while others tanked.

7 men (and women) who’ve just started big new jobs in finance (and might have a mandate to hire soon)

Where will the jobs in finance be in the second half? These significant hires in the first six months of the year suggest further recruitment is coming soon.

Boutique advisory firms hot and hiring

When you hear the word ‘boutique,’ you likely think small and specialized. In the M&A world, size may soon no longer be a defining factor.

An indication of what Goldman intends to do with pay and hiring

Goldman Sachs has put forward Gary Cohn, president and chief operating officer, to speak at the Sanford C. Bernstein Annual Strategic Decisions Conference. The presentation is available here and outlines

VP and director: the new worst job titles in investment banks?

Everyone knows that junior roles in investment banks are hard, but what about the poor people in the middle?

Strong M&A activity bright spot in Wall Street’s sluggish Q1

With every U.S. bank having reported first quarter earnings, one thing has become clear: M&A activity is officially back.

The culture shift among M&A bankers

M&A bankers have always been jet-setting types, needing to travel and work around the clock in order to ensure a deal completes. However, if you’re working in the…

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