Investment banks battle to make junior bankers’ lives easier

Morning Coffee: When your children accidentally destroy your banking career. Goldman traders still leaving for hedge funds

Children and financial services careers do not mix. And Goldman Sachs traders are still disappearing into hedge funds.

How middle-aged bankers are cut adrift in China

When bankers reach 35 in China without hitting the senior ranks, they face the choice of stagnation or quitting.

7 interesting people hired by Goldman Sachs, BAML and Morgan Stanley in March – and what they mean for you

You want to work for a major US investment bank. Here's who they're hiring now.

How one senior Deloitte partner juggles two jobs and two children

Emma Codd has twin daughters and juggles two senior roles at Deloitte. Agile working is essential for her career, but she believes that her arrangements should not be the exception.

From VP at J.P. Morgan to department head at BAML

How do you make the step up from a VP to the upper ranks simply by switching banks?

PwC, Deloitte, KPMG or EY, which Big Four firm pays the most?

Big Four professional services firms compete against one another for talent, but do they also compete on pay?

Do not do this in banking interviews

You don't want to mess up your banking interview. Don't do this then.

Morning Coffee: Meet Mark Bailie and Chris Marks – the new heads of RBS’s CIB. Hardest banking jobs in the world

Now that Rory Cullinan's gone, will RBS's new heads be slower to make job cuts? And Morgan Stanley is hiring for some very challenging research roles.

MBA, CFA or other? Top qualifications in Asian private banking

You want to work in private banking in Asia. Will an MBA or a CFA serve you best? Or should you be doing a Masters in Wealth Management?

The small investment bank paying huge bonuses

CICC is handing out bonus of up to 48 months' salary, potentially to retain staff, after a few years' revenue decline that led to an exodus of executives.

A detailed comparison of pay at Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and UBS

Which top European investment bank pays the most, defers the least, defers for the shortest amount of time and is least likely to claw back your bonus?

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