It's Christmas ('holidays' if you're in the US). We've been operating a buffet-style operation (a little bit here, a little bit there), since Monday and won't emerge from the…
This reading matter will ensure you come back to the office full of practical knowledge to launch your finance career in 2015.
We asked several former investment bankers when they could tell that the writing was on the wall– when they knew they’d be leaving the industry.
It's Christmas. Does that mean it's time to put your job search on hold?
Want to work in a tropical Asia Pacific city in 2015 and escape the pressure of a major financial centre? Here's how to get a banking job in the sun.
How can you use 12 days over Christmas to transform your finance career prospects? Try this.
Junior bankers were the hot property of 2014, so how will investment banks hire and keep their analysts and associates in 2015?
Is there a technique for getting internships in finance? This student says there is.
High yield markets have fallen off a cliff. But banks are still hiring. Is that a mistake?
Which family name will get you an 'in' with Goldman Sachs? And a US bank has come forward to recruit the traders leaving Deutsche Bank.
Are you quietly atrophying? Next time you apply for a job, will you be universally rejected? These are the signs.
What can you say in a finance interview to transform your chances of receiving a job offer? Try this.
We asked a few recruiters who place candidates at hedge funds what they look for on sell-side resumes. Here are a few of the key elements.
New rankings of the top investment banks throw up a few surprises in certain business areas.
What does it really take to become a salesman or trader at Goldman Sachs? Look at these 10 recent hires.
Recruiters in Asia reveal the words and phrases that they hate seeing on the resumes of banking-sector candidates.
All you need to know about the coming and goings at the major investment banks in London.
What should you do now if you want to be thankful for your career in middle-age?
What you can expect in salary, bonus and carried interest at private equity companies across Asia, Europe and the US.
You're a vice president (VP) in an investment bank and you're not getting promoted. What's going wrong?