Tag: New Zealand

But what about Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan in Glasgow?

What happens to JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley's big Scottish operations if the vote is 'Yes'?

LGBT and straight bankers not on the same page when it comes to discrimination

A divide appears to exist between LGBT employees and their heterosexual colleagues when it comes to the perception of the industry’s culture.

Want to work for BlackRock? Here’s how to get in

Looking for a career at BlackRock, the multinational asset management firm? Here's how to go about it, by their global head of campus recruitment.

What the Calpers exit means for hedge funds

Since the announcement, people have been standing on opposite sides of the fence when it comes to what the move means for the hedge fund industry in general

How to get a job at Goldman Sachs – study overseas?

Want to work at Goldman Sachs? You're up against the best students in the world.

Tudor Investment hires Goldman MD in latest recruitment spree

Tudor Investment Corporation has been building its European team over the past few months,

Morning Coffee: HSBC’s devoted traders to work through night. Ex-Goldman ED delivering takeaways

HSBC's traders may not be the highest paid, but they're some of the hardest working. And a man has left Goldman to deliver takeaway food.

10 ways to answer the worst job interview question in Asian banking

There's a generic but tricky job interview question that is stumping finance professionals in Hong Kong and Singapore.

JPMorgan bankers to make do, while Goldman staff get fancy new building?

Goldman Sachs is building a beautiful new premises in London. JPMorgan, allegedly, isn't.

How female bankers react to gender bias today

More than half of women who said gender discrimination exists at their own firm would still recommend their company to a female acquaintance.

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