- Graduate Guide
Incoming private equity analysts and associates are ahead of the game, with job offers already lined up for next year when they graduate.
What does it take to become a software engineer for a hedge fund? Is there any point in teaching yourself how to code? Do you need to go to university?
If you're a student trying to break into investment banking now, can you be casual about your journey towards your first job? Now that those making the cut are…
Susquehanna is set to ramp up its technology headcount and wants to hear from candidates in London and other overseas markets
Should you study finance or liberal arts if you want to get into Goldman Sachs?
Maybe you want to work in restructuring rather than M&A? A Rothschild restructuring banker explains the role's appeal.
For many, deciding whether to pursue a career in investment banking or wealth management comes down to compensation. So, which pays the most?
You want to work in a bank. But where? Which division of an investment bank is best for you? Take this short quiz and you may find out.
Before embarking upon a career, you also need to consider the culture. And the culture across tech, consulting and finance is very different.
Forget an MBA, forget a CFA. A Masters in Finance (MiF) course is what you need for a banking job now, says the ex-Lehman banker running the course at HEC.
What does it mean to work in collateral management or collateral optimization? And why should you want to? A former Credit Suisse collateral manager explains.