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Company: Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse's U.S. bankers get paid more. But that's a double-edged sword.
Like it or not, the compliance hiring boom is almost certainly over. Compliance professionals are out; programmers are in.
Maybe you won't need to reinvent yourself if you lose your senior finance job after all.
How did Singaporean Jasmine Chua get her first job in Hong Kong financial services? It was all about doing the right MBA.
Morning Coffee: Dark mutterings about the Deutsche Bank bonus pool. Pre-bonus knifings at Credit Suisse
A phantasm has coalesced from the murky chatter surrounding Deutsche Bank’s 2016 cash bonuses: seems there might not be any after all.
Damn if feels good to be a banker, again. Or does it? Here's how to navigate the year ahead for maximal enjoyment.
This is the bank where the persons of fine taste appear to work.
Morning Coffee: Precocious 29 year-old conceives horrific future for finance jobs. Daniel Pinto dings Credit Suisse
Thanks to a 20-something in San Francisco, the best jobs in finance have the potential to become poorly paid gig-work.
Why has Credit Suisse curtailed its aspirations in Asia? One banking analyst says the reason is simple.
Yesterday, Credit Suisse said it had stopped restructuring its global markets business. Today, we hear it's made some big cuts.
APAC CEO Helman Sitohang says no firm is hiring as many private bankers in Asia than Credit Suisse.