Ex-Morgan Stanley banker aims for resilience and meaning in a time of unquantifiable risk

Looking for a finance job that will be enduring and meaningful? Ex-Morgan Stanley and Berenberg banker Andrew McNally thinks he has the solution.

This is what J.P. Morgan’s results say about your banking job in 2015

J.P. Morgan just released its results for the first quarter of 2015. They are mostly saying good things, but there's a little badness mixed in.

Are these the only three banks that are safe to work for in Asian M&A?

Only the top banks in Asian M&A are profitable. Only the top six break even. Joining others could be dangerous.

Top investment banks where people stick around. Top investment banks where they don’t

Which investment banks have hired most of their people in the past five years? And which have a lot of old-timers? You'd be surprised. We were.

Working for PWC, Deloitte, EY and KPMG. What’s the difference?

Big Four accounting firms are all the same. Or are they? The variations are not always subtle.

Morning Coffee: How much you must really save to quit banking. The happiest M&A banker at Goldman Sachs

Want to save up the money to leave banking? That will take you three decades. And the happiest M&A banker at Goldman Sachs may be a female partner in London.

“Why we quit IBD at J.P. Morgan after two years”

J.P. Morgan is the top bank globally for IBD. So, if you've achieved a place as an associate, why would you leave again after two years?

How middle-aged bankers are cut adrift in China

When bankers reach 35 in China without hitting the senior ranks, they face the choice of stagnation or quitting.

How US, French, German and British bankers try to get ahead

Some are polite, some pragmatic, some vain, some aggressive. - What happens when an international group of 20 year-something bankers is together at 3am?

Big upswing in banking recruitment as RMB goes global

The internationalization of the RMB is creating offshore banking jobs.

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