- Graduate Guide
Pay more attention to the realities of the current job market and less to a particular job title's salary estimates when formulating comp expectations.
Morning Coffee: Credit Suisse and HSBC restructuring but not cutting jobs. Investors push back on Goldman, Citi comp
When big banks announce restructuring plans, it's not necessarily a bad thing, right? Plus: Goldman and Citi shareholders' surprising "say on pay" votes.
It's been an excellent third quarter for fixed income traders. Time to start managing pay expectations down then.
The inside story of Calypso's Bank in a Box product.
With the rise of AI, big data and quants, old-school active managers, including fundamental hedge funds and mutual funds, are forced to adapt.
Operational risk jobs are still some of the worst paid in risk management, but salaries are at least increasing.
Pay for bankers in London has plummeted in the past decade when measured in anything other than sterling.
Most people think an MBA will lead to a giant jump in income and that they can do it quickly, but not everyone does a cost/benefit analysis.
It's been done before and Cryan could do it again: he needs to find a means of paying staff while keeping shareholders happy.
You can leave Goldman Sachs, but you can never walk away.
Morning Coffee: How this 29-year-old trader pursued a $25m golden hello. Deutsche Bank is cutting 1,000 jobs
How a group of traders managed to get a huge golden hello under false pretences. Deutsche bank is cutting.