Former Goldman Sachs interns reflect upon where it all went wrong

You're a Goldman Sachs intern and you don't get a job offer? What should you have done differently? And does it really matter anyway?

The biggest losers in the investment banking culture shake-up

If you are one of those senior executives who were let go, a harsh reality remains. If you think your previous experience is back in demand, think again.

When the MBA managing you is incompetent

Experienced analysts in investment banks will soon find themselves managed by recent MBAs with limited banking experience. That can cause problems.

The raw, funny truth about being a trader in the US, Europe and Asia

For a behind-the-scenes (and hilarious) look, we turned to Wall Street trader-turned-stand-up-comedian Raj Majal.

How to make a stunningly successful first career move in Asian banking

Recruiters in corporate banking, investment banking and the middle office in Asia explain how to make your first career move a successful one.

Mystery banker offers clandestine tips on launching a finance career

What does it really take to start a finance career? One ex-M&A banker has written a insider's account of how hard you need to want it.

How to ace an internship at Goldman Sachs

We talked to Goldman Sachs about the intern evaluation process, formal training and their best advice for aspiring analysts.

How to survive when your colleague becomes your boss

What happens when a former colleague is promoted above you and your peer becomes your manager?

Is Friday still the best day to apply for a job in banking?

Should you strategically time your application to go out today? Yes, and no.

The dangers of networking with bankers at Glastonbury Festival

These days there are plenty of bankers at Glastonbury Festival. You might think this would be an opportunity to network. You would be wrong.

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