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In the latest hiring roundup, Goldman is hiring in Europe, Morgan Stanley is back in the commodities game and Pimco is eyeing buy side and sell side talent.
How high is Pimco's pay in London? High, but you won't be earning a Bill Gross style package.
What makes Pimco careers so lucrative? And how high is the competition for a job at Goldman Sachs really?
Whenever a financial services organisation talks about expansion within the UK outside of London, it’s invariably associated with ‘nearshoring’, shared services or some other method of cutting costs.
In the latest hiring roundup, Moelis is growing in Europe, Barclays is adding headcount in Asia and HSBC reveals aggressive risk and compliance plans.
Morning Coffee: Has Bill Gross saved trading jobs, bonuses? Young bankers explain why they love their jobs
Things weren't looking too good for fixed income traders, until Bill Gross quit Pimco. And banking jobs are actually pretty good, young bankers say.
Bankers in Hong Kong have had a shock over the weekend. Will the region's allure fade for expats? And, Bill Gross just couldn't resist....
Bill Gross has joined Janus Capital. If you want to work there too, this is what you'll need on your resume.
Morning Coffee: JPMorgan takes aim at fixed income traders. Laid-back life of the formerly overworked financier
JPMorgan seems to have changed its mind about the Morgan Stanley fixed income recovery. And Mohamed El Erian's life is very different to the way it was.
It's still a thing: traders are escaping Goldman Sachs for hedge funds. And if your daughter nags you to quit your job, think about going part time instead.
In the latest hiring roundup, Pimco eyes European push, Schroders needs new salespeople and a boutique investment bank plans a new office.