Company: Morgan Stanley
Soon, nearly every U.S. bank had made the same pledge to junior bankers: we’re going to pay you more for all those 100-hour weeks.
Morgan Stanley's head of inflation trading is now trying to make a new life as a cyclist.
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It's A Level results day in the UK. Are three As really enough to get you into top investment banks?
Which Masters in Finance courses will give you the best chance of securing a front office job in an investment bank?
A 70 hour week is not humanly possible according to one British MP. M&A bankers would probably disagree.
Morning Coffee: Fare-dodging fund manager unlikely to work in finance again, Goldman’s new challenge to Bloomberg IM
The notorious fare-dodging fund manager has been unmasked, fired and is unlikely to find a new job.
At which point do you become too old to go for a first job in banking? And when are you too old to try getting back in?
Which is the best bank for jobs in European equities? Forget JPMorgan. And forget Goldman Sachs.
How will you know if your banking pay expectations are out of control and likely to make you unemployable?