Private banks in Singapore want to hire more China-coverage bankers but are finding that the local talent pool is too small.
Morgan Stanley's giant new report on the future of investment banking blows away some of the accepted wisdom on what's coming for the industry.
Morgan Stanley plans to boost its private banking headcount by up to 20% in Asia this year, but finding the right talent will be challenging.
Investment banks have started bringing back office jobs back to major financial centres. Why?
Some banks are paying their junior bankers (associates and VPs) salaries that are far, far, higher than others.
Morgan Stanley is relaunching its Asia hedge fund event as the sector gets set for more hiring this year.
Hiring of equity research analysts who cover A-shares on Shanghai’s surging stock exchange is on the rise but banks face skill shortages.
What sort of person must you be to please James Gorman at Morgan Stanley? And why is Lloyd Blankfein comparatively poorly paid?
Investment banking traders may follow a big name when they start their own hedge fund, but with so many folding it appears to be a big gamble.
You didn't get an internship at an investment bank? Here's who you were up against.