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Morning Coffee: Goldman Sachs leaking staff while J.P. Morgan stays solid. Compliance leader bored of job
Goldman Sachs' redundancies are starting to become a regular affair. And, sometimes compliance careers go on too long.
A bank that promised big hiring has taken the opposite tack. And Goldman and Credit Suisse are hiring senior researchers ahead of MiFID II.
Morning Coffee: SocGen’s superlative fixed income traders will lose out anyway. How it is when Goldman loves you
Something went very right for fixed income traders at SocGen last quarter. They still can't expect any reprieve.
Given the array of MSc Finance and other Masters courses on offer in Singapore, how do you choose which one is right for your career?
Credit Suisse is said to have made up to 50 equities professionals redundant in London.
You possibly don't want to work here now.
Morning Coffee: Low-key banker retires in high style. Difference between Google and Goldman laid bare
Standard Chartered's Mike Rees is a case study in banking retirement done properly. And there's one key difference between working for a tech firm and working for a bank.
Wall Street and Silicon Valley have many cultural differences that impact the workplace, but the former is starting to take lessons from the latter.
Last year, Deutsche's rates revenues doubled. This year, they're "down significantly." Guess what? People are leaving.
You know it's time to give up on banking when the people who walked away five months ago seem to be having a much better time than the…
You're an accountant in the U.S. looking to get a new job or advance your career. Which accounting qualification should you go for?