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Morning Coffee: 47-year-old who left banking in 2009 beats younger rivals to job. HSBC opts for the $7k technologists
Deutsche Bank has gone for an extremely wild card. And HSBC is going to replace its UK technologists with cheaper alternatives.
You possibly don't want to work here now.
When US banks closed their proprietary trading desks under the Volcker Rule six years ago, trading careers suddenly became a whole lot more boring. Since then, trading is about…
An MBA from Cass Business School helped Andrew Yortt move from the building site into Investment Banking
BoC, BEA, Heng Seng, HSBC and Stan Chart still have hundreds of vacancies in Hong Kong, but just not nearly as many as last April.
If you’re an analyst or associate at a bank in Singapore, here’s a selection of VPs to inspire you to move up the ranks.
Where in the world, and in which business areas, are banks most inefficient? Where are the safe jobs? One banking intelligence company claims to have the answers.
RBS rates traders used to rule the world. Not any more.
HSBC's traders had a better year than most of their rivals last year. They also appear to have been paid handsomely for their efforts.
Morning Coffee: HSBC’s pay warning for bankers everywhere. Goldman Sachs on the ‘European banking crisis’
HSBC was expected to hike on element of senior staff's pay. It hasn't, and that sends a message to senior bankers everywhere.
HSBC wants to move trading jobs to Paris. That's unfortunate when you look at how much traders in Paris are paid.