Large international pension funds are trying to poach young talent from investment banks and private equity firms.
Why work in investment banking when asset management is sooo much more exciting? And Deutsche's rates professionals have been issued a death warrant.
Which is the best finance career for 2015? Deutsche Bank has produced some orientation tools.
Structuring is one of the more arcane jobs in banking. It's also one of the most interesting. A senior structurer at Deutsche explains why it's a good career.
Fund manager revenues have held up well, but they're under pressure to cut pay for their staff.
How has UBS's investment bank performed relative to its US competitors?
Only 46% of candidates passed the CFA level I last year, so how did this university class hit a 95% pass rate.
The fantasy finance job (short working hours, high pay) actually exists. And it seems likely that Deutsche Bank will hire hundreds of people in London.
Tightening of local regulations and more requirement to focus on control means banks across Asia are looking for more anti-money laundering staff.
You may have been lucky enough to be in the minority who pass CFA level I. If not, what's next?