UK headhunter appoints ex-City bankers

UK headhunter appoints ex-City bankers

Hugo Yadi and Bertrand de Muizon will jointly head the UK firm's new financial practice to target search opportunities in the banking and finance sector in the UK…

Wheat hires two more staff from rival BBM

Wheat hires two more staff from rival BBM

They are Wendy Martin, who will cover equity sales, trading and research, and Louise Geoghegan, who will focus on operations, finance and risk. Wheat was set up in…

Napier Scott hires EMEA consultant

Napier Scott hires EMEA consultant

Bollman, who will take charge of the EMEA markets, has joined from Principal Search, a London-based headhunter, where she focused on conducting searches in the emerging markets. Bollman…

Hermes pays fund managers 5.5m (€8.97m)

Hermes pays fund managers 5.5m (€8.97m)

Three fund managers at Hermes, one of the City's leading corporate governance activists, were paid 5.5m (€8.97m) last year and remain entitled to at least 2.3m under a…

Norman Broadbent hires director of capital markets

Norman Broadbent hires director of capital markets

Patel, in this newly created position, will take responsibility for developing the capital markets team focusing on the executive recruitment needs of clients in the investment banking, capital…

Dresdner in stand-off on retention bonuses

Dresdner in stand-off on retention bonuses

Dresdner Bank is refusing to offer blanket retention bonuses to disgruntled investment bankers at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (DrKW) after it cancelled plans last week to create a separate…

Hermes governance activists pocket 8m bonus payment

Hermes governance activists pocket 8m bonus payment

Three of the UK's leading corporate governance activists and critics of excessive boardroom pay shared in a pay-out of nearly 8m (€13m) last year. Peter Butler, David Pitt-Watson,…

Students want to be consultants

Students want to be consultants

McKinsey, Boston Consulting and Accenture, in that order, are the employers of choice in the poll of more than 70,000 students in 15 countries conducted by the Universum…

London plans more offices

London plans more offices

The Lombard Street Research group estimates that the City of London will need to provide at least an extra 10 million square feet by 2010, about 12.5% above…

CSFB may ask star bankers to take pay cut

CSFB may ask star bankers to take pay cut

Credit Suisse First Boston's star technology banking chief will be among the CSFB executives with lofty guaranteed pay contracts who are being asked to renegotiate them for less…

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