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Morning Coffee: 20-somethings who join banks in for a whole new shock. One bank excluded from earnings euphoria
Are young people ready to give this up for a banking job?
Does James Gorman know something you don't?
Not sure if you want to be an investment banker? Here are some reasons why you should strongly consider it even though the work/life balance isn't great.
Some investment banking salespeople seek advancement within traditional career paths at investment banks; others get burnt out and consider other options.
Many financial services firms will be hiring this year, but for which roles? Some of the answers that recruiters gave could surprise you.
The pending fiduciary rule has slowed new-hire activity and reduced the size of many potential adviser recruitment deals, but Trump is a wild card.
The going isn't always easy for a female executive at a hedge fund or family office, but Rachel D’Antonio has built a successful career regardless.
Morning Coffee: J.P. Morgan humble brags over competitors. The MF Global mess finally comes to a close
J.P. Morgan's head of EMEA humble-brags about the bank's 2016 performance. Plus: Jon Corzine is paying millions to put the MF Global debacle behind him.
Investment banking bonuses are likely heading in the wrong direction, and the compensation situation doesn't look much sunnier on the buy side.
Recruiters and hiring managers give their views on buy-side hiring on Wall Street for the year ahead.