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Morning Coffee: The best of times, the worst of times in banking. A hedge fund billionaire fires back
Some banks are celebrating their Q2 earnings, while others are sulking. Plus: You don't want to cross Ray Dalio, the 60th richest person in the world.
It was a dreadful second quarter for Deutsche Bank. John Cryan and Marcus Schenck said there were mitigating factors. But were there really?
When we asked Americans whether they would move to continental Europe if finance jobs moved out of London, almost half of respondents said yes.
Royal Bank of Scotland has some big plans to expand its office in Birmingham.
If you're looking for a banking job in Europe now, there are two very good reasons why you might want to eschew the UK's top educational establishments.
U.S. banks' first half results suggest Europeans have a problem. on their hands
You will know that the investment banking summer dress code forbids sandals. Fewer are familiar with these more common failings of sartorial etiquette.
Where in the world do leading investment banks earn their money in IBD (M&A, equity capital markets and debt capital markets)?
"I'm a woman at Goldman Sachs. You have this place all wrong."
In theory, UBS has finished making redundancies. In reality, recruiters in London say UBS is quietly letting people go from its M&A business.
It's not just investment banks that are using automation to cut costs. Wealth management firms are at it too.