Another round of redundancies could be the death knell for anyone who remembers what finance was like before 2007, say recruiters.
Which investment banks should you be working for now? Here's Morgan Stanley's guide.
Nomura made credit layoffs in August. Will it make rates layoffs in September?
The names of people made redundant at Nomura are trickling out slowly. Headhunters say some are on beaches, unaware of what awaits them upon their return.
With Nomura cutting staff, there are fears that hiring is turning to firing in banks. But these front office roles are still on offer.
Chinese securities firms are listing in Hong Kong one after another. We trawl through their websites to see what type of talents they are recruiting now.
If you remember Nomura's results, you'll remember that the Japanese bank's fixed income currencies and commodities (FICC) trading division, which was once doing so, so well, suddenly isn't.…
Banks are hiring lawyers for M&A jobs. This is bad news according to some recruiters.
Time to quit M&A in big banks? Two senior bankers at Deutsche and Barclays seem to think so.
Execution-only M&A teams are back. But are they really a good idea for your career?