Company: Macquarie

Daily Dispatches – UBS tops the rankings for second year running in Australia

The Australian arm of UBS has again been named the best investment bank in Australia by East Coles, an independent market research firm, according to Asian Banking &…

21 firms that will be hiring finance professionals in 2014

Most firms are in the midst of formulating their hiring plans for 2014, which of course will be subject to change according to the whims of the market.…

Sectors explained: Graduate jobs in Equity Capital Markets

Equity Capital Markets Guiding companies into the public sphere Stock markets may be the public face of the financial sector, but before a company’s shares can be traded they must…

Graduate recruiters for the U.S., Asia and Europe at Macquarie, UBS and Goldman Sachs give their top tips on getting into banking now

Three investment banking graduate recruiters answer students’ questions on what they look for, and what (not) to do to land a job with them… Valerie Fred, regional recruitment lead, Americas,

Daily Dispatches – India’s new banking rules could mean a lot more new jobs

The country’s central bank announced a raft of new regulations this week aimed at encouraging foreign-owned banks to expand in the country and potentially even acquire domestic Indian…

Actually, all sorts of people are leaving Macquarie Capital in London. Is this a sign?

Maquarie’s European investment banking businesses have had a challenging few years. Chief executives have come and gone. Jobs have been cut and the bank has been accused of…

Daily Dispatches – Singapore should allow MNCs to transfer foreign staff to Lion City

Singapore must adhere to international agreements and allow multinational firms to transfer foreign staff here, Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin was reported as saying by the Straits Times  when&he

Daily Dispatches – Westpac buys Lloyds’ Australian assets for US$1.37 billion

Westpac Bank, Australia’s second-biggest lender by market value, will buy Lloyds Bank’s assets in the country for A$1.45 billion ($1.37 billion) to add car leasing and corporate-loans. Bloomberg&hellip

Daily Dispatches – Epidemic of Monday blues in Singapore

Singapore Business Review reports that 70% of employers polled in Singapore say they get more medical certificates on a Monday than any other day of the week, and…

Morning Coffee: Banks left looking like deeply inadequate, conventional places to work

If you haven’t heard already, Jefferies’ London office has a swimming pool!! It also has a sauna!! Macquarie gives beer on Friday. Goldman has a wellness area that…

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