Hedge funds are hiring again, but are being very selective with who they take on. These are the roles they're struggling to recruit for.
Hedge funds are still the dominant force when it comes to pay on the buy-side.
Financial services firms appear to be clamping down on employees revealing too much about themselves on social media.
Forget oil and gas M&A and government bond trading, which top banking and finance jobs exist in the shadows?
Morgan Stanley is relaunching its Asia hedge fund event as the sector gets set for more hiring this year.
Sir Michael Hintze's hedge fund CQS has started the year by making some senior recruits.
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.
What does it take to work for the hottest new quant hedge fund? And beware marrying someone who works in M&A.
BlueCrest Capital Management has been the default destination for investment banking traders moving to the buy-side. So why are so many leaving so quickly?
Hedge funds might have closed at a record rate in Europe in 2014, but new fund launches continue. Here's four new finance firms launched in 2015.