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Morning Coffee: Goldman may never hire senior Morgan Stanley bankers again. Credit Suisse couldn’t keep special recruit
Maybe it's a mistake to hire in senior bankers from outside?
First quarter fixed income trading revenues look like an anomaly.
With so many venture capitalists willing to throw money at financial technology startups, now could be a good time to look into fintech incubators.
Julian Macedo, the former co-head of CEEMEA equity capital markets at Barclays, says the worst thing you can do is compete against big banks.
Goldman Sachs is clearing its tech ranks.
If you're looking for a nice easy banking job which you can semi-stroll into, you should probably be applying here.
Mark Barbour-Smith, COO of the M&A team in Europe at Credit Suisse, has left to join a private equity advisory firm.
Would you leave GS (voluntarily) for a Japanese bank?
Morning Coffee: Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan are watching their employees constantly. Greed no longer goes to Wall Street
Goldman is embracing new technology to make employee reviews more interactive and frequent. Avaricious bros are heading west to pursue tech careers.
Ana Sirbu went from Harvard to UBS to Silver Lake to a financial technology startup, then joined Google and got promoted before jumping back to fintech.