Investment banks don't hire many liberal arts students, but some take on more than others.
Corporate banking professionals in Hong Kong still prefer to work for large international banks over those headquartered in their city or in mainland China.
If you want a banking job in Hong Kong, Bank of China, Bank of East Asia, Heng Seng Bank, HSBC and Standard Chartered should all be on your radar.
When it comes to pay for its investment bankers, RBS excels on an unlikely measure.
If you're burning out working in IBD for a major US investment bank, a new more relaxed option has opened up. And people are leaving Credit Suisse.
Ping An Bank is launching a Hong Kong subsidiary and recruiting 60 staff. Other Chinese banks have paved the way for its planned recruitment.
Keep track of your spending, or you will regret it when you're a freelancer (says one ex-banker). And HSBC was one big sharing community in the 1990s.
HSBC is roundly vilified in the press for the activities at its Swiss private bank. However, some of its staff are still handsomely paid.
Investment banks are not fair. But some are fairer than others.
You're 20 years old and have a stack of qualifications. Barclays wants you.