Yet another private bank has announced new plans to increase headcount in Asia. This time it's Barclays.
You have a CFA and want to work for a large investment bank? This is where you should base yourself.
Senior FX salesman at Barclays, targeted for redundancy early on in the bank's restructuring process, have found new employment. It's not always an obvious move, however.
Why leave banking this close to bonuses? And Barclays' optimism about its trading business may have been misplaced.
In the latest hiring roundup, Moelis is growing in Europe, Barclays is adding headcount in Asia and HSBC reveals aggressive risk and compliance plans.
Barclays is committed to recruiting in some Asian markets, including China, even as it makes global layoffs.
Following discussions and decisions over pay at Barclays has been like watching mediocre reality television.
Now's not the time to be an expensive banker - you're best off earning £500k or less. And Morgan Stanley lends its staff a lot of money.
Do you want to work for Barclays' Investment Bank? What kinds of people does it really hire onto its graduate programme?
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