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You have a Masters in Finance degree - which bank will hire you, and which sector will you end up in?
Which Masters in Finance courses will give you the best chance of securing a front office job in an investment bank?
It's very hard to get into finance, but those in the industry are finding it just as difficult to get out again.
Before working at KPMG, Sonika worked in a product control role in a City investment bank. She is currently a consultant in KPMG’s Financial Services Advisory practice. You…
Morning Coffee: Why you’ll find it hard to quit finance voluntarily. Credit Suisse is shifting traders to…Dublin
Once you get a job in finance, you will never want to leave. And will Dublin be the next financial centre in Europe?
How can you stay in the finance industry beyond your 40s now that you can't retire after a decade? One wise MD has some sage advice.
Morning Coffee: Where to go when you join a bank aged 21 and leave aged 44. Boring options for European bankers
What happens when you join a bank as a graduate and retire in your 40s? Good news, you have plenty of options.
The last bastion of 'skilled' trading in investment banks could get shaken up. The short course that supposedly boosts your earning potential.
It is (just about) still possible to get an investment banking or trading job in Asia this quarter.
Credit Suisse is cutting 30% of its UK headcount, but it's still hiring. This is where.
Want to get poached into a new job at a new bank? It helps to work for UBS.