UBS, which has been shaking up its country coverage team, has brought in another three senior investment bankers.
One investment banker believes it's impossible to start your own company while remaining in the industry. The only way to strike out on your own is to leave and develop an idea.
Investment bankers are working as hard as ever and the prospect of riches is ever more distant. No wonder there's a retention problem.
Deciding between a career on the sell-side or buy-side? Investment banks still pay (much) more than asset managers.
Credit Suisse has swayed a 15-year veteran of Goldman Sachs across to its London operation.
The CEO of a buyout firm set to be acquired by Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs lives an extravagant lifestyle.
After a five year hiatus during which they cut their teams to the bone, investment banks in the Middle East are hiring once again.
Investment bankers are moving into asset management, upsetting the existing employees and imposing the sell-side culture on the buy-side.
Investment banks' HR teams are complaining about a "lack of liquidity" at the top, as senior staff refuse to leave for fear of not finding a new job.
Investment banking analysts will go into the industry full of confidence, but gnarled veterans explain how they need to behave if they want to survive.