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Morning Coffee: Credit Suisse and HSBC restructuring but not cutting jobs. Investors push back on Goldman, Citi comp
When big banks announce restructuring plans, it's not necessarily a bad thing, right? Plus: Goldman and Citi shareholders' surprising "say on pay" votes.
Deutsche Bank isn't pulling back from the U.S., but this doesn't mean European banks' U.S. operations are in for an easy time.
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Compared to other banks, Goldman Sachs was an early-adopter of cloud computing, enabling it to streamline development cycles and cut staffing costs.
So, Goldman Sachs has something resembling a prop trader in its ranks. We need a lot more of them, argues this retired derivatives trader.
Morning Coffee: The most magnificent trading jobs in investment banks. How to handle being fired from J.P. Morgan
Amazing trading jobs are still to be found within in investment banks. Who knew?
People are leaving banks to tend the sick and gravid.
Morning Coffee: Goldman Sachs quietly decided to halve its layoffs. What bankers have under their shirts
Did something change? Suddenly, Goldman Sachs has decided to halve the number of layoffs it's making here.
It's been an excellent third quarter for fixed income traders. Time to start managing pay expectations down then.
Morning Coffee: What happens if Deutsche dumps its U.S. investment bank? Pay to play for the City of London
Deutsche's U.S. investment bank punches above its weight when it comes to fines and below its weight when it comes fees.