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Brexit waits for no man or woman. Here's what happened while you were out.
Morning Coffee: Wall Street analysts and traders are soul-searching – and job-searching. Nomura MDs fled for greener pastures
Wall Street analysts and traders realize headcount in their professions continues to shrink. Plus: Senior Nomura investment bankers are leaving for rivals.
During the fiscal year that closed out on June 30, EY made 13,000 campus hires in the Americas, 10,000 of which were in the U.S.
If you've never worked in Hong Kong before, this locally-based MBA course could help you get your first finance job in the city.
With banks battling to keep hold of their technology leadership, why has Bank of America Merrill Lynch let three MDs leave?
Is this the best trading desk to work on if you want to join a hedge fund? Possibly so.
Morning Coffee: Brexit negotiations going incredibly badly for London banks. Ruination of 35 year-old ex-Goldman banker
As summer wears on and investment banks' patience wears thin, it's becoming increasingly apparent that the Brexit negotiations aren't going in banks' favour.
Glenn Phillips, the former head of G10 FX options trading at Nomura in Singapore, has returned to London to join hedge fund Millennium Capital Management.
Have you ever wondered how much banks and hedge funds pay research analysts ranging from associates to managing directors?
MBAs no longer want to work in investment banking in such great numbers, but they're not turning away from finance altogether.
2016 bonuses will not be the best, but the Brexit-induced decline in sterling could help mitigate that.