Morning Coffee: Barclays layoffs dwindle from 85 to 30 a day. Former Goldman Sachs M&A head hires wife
Of all the investment banks anywhere, Barclays' was supposed to do worst after Brexit. In a note out before the UK referendum, Bernstein banking analyst Chirantan Barua warned…
Andrew Gwynn, an equity research analyst at Exane, has achieved the perfect career arc.
So much for 'juniorization.' At Barclays' European M&A business, the opposite seems to be happening.
Royal Bank of Scotland has some big plans to expand its office in Birmingham.
It's a good time to be a data scientist on Wall Street, as big data analysis transforms the industry and reinvents practically every facet of banking.
In theory, UBS has finished making redundancies. In reality, recruiters in London say UBS is quietly letting people go from its M&A business.
Morning Coffee: Overworked 30 year-old UBS trader makes fatal Brexit error. Old hippy runs top hedge fund
If you work as a trader in an investment bank, let Kweku Adoboli be a guide to all that you don't want to do.
If you want a £200k ($264k) job in London's banking industry, there are a handful of top financial services headhunters who can find you one.
Here are some noteworthy recent hires at asset management firms in the U.S.
How bad are things at Goldman Sachs? The depth of the firm's layoffs suggests they're the worst they've been for a while.
It's nearly a year since disaster struck Nomura's credit traders while they were on the beach.