How middle-aged bankers are cut adrift in China

When bankers reach 35 in China without hitting the senior ranks, they face the choice of stagnation or quitting.

How US, French, German and British bankers try to get ahead

Some are polite, some pragmatic, some vain, some aggressive. - What happens when an international group of 20 year-something bankers is together at 3am?

Big upswing in banking recruitment as RMB goes global

The internationalization of the RMB is creating offshore banking jobs.

How to get into Goldman Sachs, JPM and Credit Suisse if you haven’t worked for 5 years

Desperate for talent, investment banks are expanding their programs for people who've taken long career breaks.

Three charts saying you should work in asset management instead of banking

Pay in asset management is rising faster than banking, the deferrals are less and the industry is more stable. What's not to like?

Asset managers in Hong Kong and China start staffing up

Asset managers are staffing up in Hong Kong and China.

This is the book Goldman Sachs bankers are reading to become better parents

Children of the wealthy and well-educated are in crisis. Here's how Goldman Sachs is helping its employees deal with that.

Banking giants target employees of small trading firms in China

Large mainland banks are circling the staff of smaller brokerage firms in China ahead of an expected rule change letting them into the securities market.

Top banking analyst cautions against careers in equity research

Equity research careers are a route to hard work and (comparative) impoverishment, says one analyst - who should know.

The most overrated jobs in investment banking

Now that most jobs in investment banks pay less than they did, but still require that people work as diligently as ever before, their appeal is waning. Everyone…

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