Banks employ a lot of narcissists and narcissists do well in interviews. Sounds like a winning combination.
Drop this power jargon into your banking interview and it will make all the difference. Honestly.
How well you perform in interview depends very much on the country you interview in. These are the character traits employers are looking for.
Despite all the recent rhetoric, it appears that grueling working hours aren’t the reason bankers wave the white flag.
The jobs you’ll most likely get with CFA qualifications. And the companies you’ll most likely work for
You've got a CFA qualification, but which bank is most likely to hire you? And into which business area?
How burned out are banking professionals? Less than you'd think. But some areas of the financial services industry are far worse for burnout than others.
So, when is it appropriate to call it a night? Is it as simple as going home when the day’s work is done? The short answer is no.
If you work in banking, beware burnout. It will hit you unawares says one trader who was forced to take a year out.
As an ex-McKinsey & Co. partner and CEO of Morgan Stanley, James Gorman is a master of the PowerPoint presentation. Learn from his example.
Heavy drinking is common in the trading and hedge fund industry. Will an admission that you had a problem wreck your career?