How are UBS and Credit Suisse attracting new bankers in Asia? The answer isn't money.
Hang Seng has been ranked the world's strongest bank – and it's hiring heavily in Hong Kong.
RBS investment bankers are facing falling revenues and hundreds of job cuts per quarter in their division.
It’s flattering if your manager asks you to join them at a new bank – but making the move isn’t always advisable.
A new report promises a brighter future for Chinese DCM.
The amount of candidates clamouring to work in these finance job sectors makes them the most competitive to find work in regionally.
If it wasn’t hard enough to hire relationship managers in Singapore, private banks are now facing fresh hiring challenges.
Bankers who moved from Western to Chinese firms in Hong Kong are already being told that their bonuses may be much smaller than expected.
Barclays is looking to hire corporate bankers with international expertise in Singapore and Hong Kong, but finding new recruits won't be straight forward.
There are a few reasons for job hopping that recruiters and hiring mangers still consider to be reasonable. Here’s our pick