The Morgan Stanley and Oliver Wyman guide to holding onto your banking job

The Morgan Stanley and Oliver Wyman guide to holding onto your banking job

The big new banking report from Morgan Stanley and Oliver Wyman is out. These are its implications for your finance career.  

“Believe me, investment banking is so much better than a start-up for 20-somethings”

“Believe me, investment banking is so much better than a start-up for 20-somethings”

If you're young and academically bright, it's much better to be in investment banking than a start-up. Here's why. 

The eight best ways to escape Hong Kong banking for a corporate career

The eight best ways to escape Hong Kong banking for a corporate career

This is how to leave your stressful Hong Kong banking job for the comforts of the corporate sector.

How to totally rewrite your CV to land a big career change in Asian banking

How to totally rewrite your CV to land a big career change in Asian banking

You want to escape the onslaught of offshoring, redundancies and technology. You want a totally new career. First you must redraft your CV.

Fintech experts wanted, but not many people fit the bill

Fintech experts wanted, but not many people fit the bill

Tanveer Saulat, co-founder of financial technology firm Synechron, reveals what types of fintech candidates extremely selective employers want to hire.

Questions you will always be asked in a hedge fund interview and how to answer them

Questions you will always be asked in a hedge fund interview and how to answer them

Attending an interview with a hedge fund? Here's what you need to be ready for.

What no one told me about my J.P. Morgan markets internship

What no one told me about my J.P. Morgan markets internship

I got an offer at the end of my J.P. Morgan internship, but I didn't do any of the things I was supposed to.

The worst job interview questions Wall Street hiring managers ask – and how you should respond to them

The worst job interview questions Wall Street hiring managers ask – and how you should respond to them

Hiring managers will occasionally ask interview questions that are just plain bad, whether they be deceptive, confusing, irrelevant or even offensive.

“Singapore bankers change jobs for crazy reasons. You’re better off staying put”

“Singapore bankers change jobs for crazy reasons. You’re better off staying put”

I work in the HR team at a large US bank in Singapore. These are the five most stupid reasons for changing jobs that I've heard so far this year.

“I’m an MD in an investment bank. 21 year-olds have no interest in me”

“I’m an MD in an investment bank. 21 year-olds have no interest in me”

Banking isn't sexy any more. I've experienced it first hand.

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