by Beecher Tuttle
Boutiques can shelter staffers from some of the more brutal day-to-day aspects of working at a traditional bulge-bracket bank, but there are downsides too.
by Rafael Sarandeses
it takes a special 25 year-old to make it in banking, says this ex-Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley salesman.
by Emile Dermaut
There's something you need to watch for in finance, and it's not an obsession with your income.
by Andrew Murphy
Big Four jobs are easier to get into than jobs in investment banks, and they offer very varied exit-options.
by Dan Butcher
"My favorite thing about working for Citadel is winning. I love working with the best and brightest people and I love competing."
If you want to demonstrate your status at a hedge fund, you'll need to wear one of these.
You want to be a trader at the world's largest fund management firm? This is what it takes.
by Sarah Butcher
If being a VP is like working in McDonalds, how can you escape it?
We asked several former investment bankers when they could tell that the writing was on the wall– when they knew they’d be leaving the industry.
by Daniel Davies
Forget top tier top-performing banks and try somewhere that's having a hard time.