Morning Coffee: Credit Suisse bonus pain horribly compounded. Senior bankers’ strange alternative careers
The bonuses of Credit Suisse's markets professionals have been doubly hit this year. - That 36% reduction is just the start.
What's the average investment banking salary and bonus for someone in their 20s, 30s and 40s? And does it really make sense to quit aged 25?
If you get an underwhelming bonus, what’s the proper response? Do you grin and bear it or shout “Take this job and shove it!”?
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Which bank is most generous when you leave? Could it really be Deutsche Bank?
Hedge funds face serious performance challenges, but firms with a longer-term view take a more consistent approach to hiring talented global macro traders.
Who is the most disappointed of them all with the 2015 bonus round? Apparently it's an FX trader at Citigroup.
While 2016 market performance has created headaches for finance professionals, recent data paint a rosier picture of the U.S. securities industry.
Consulting and investment banking are two sides of the same coin, but worlds apart when it comes to pay.