What have you missed in the fast-moving world of financial services recruitment? Here’s a round-up of the top stories on eFinancialCareers during the past week.
Front office hiring in investment banking has been showing some signs of resurgence in recent weeks, but the jobs are not in the obvious places.
People who go into finance these days are not just attracted by the money, they genuinely find the work intellectually stimulating.
While investment banks are impressed by good academics and promotion history, hedge funds want to see creativity and solid performance.
Being ranked as one of the top 100 students in the UK isn’t necessarily a great asset to your career in banking.
Continental European financial centres are not the provincial backwaters they’re made out to be – and jobs are much safer than in London.
ANZ has been on an aggressive recruitment spree in Asia over the past few years, but its equities trading team in Hong Kong has just been axed.
Princelings are a precious commodity for banks in China, so where do they find them?
What to know about the newly-minted managing directors at Goldman Sachs.
These two banks have put a stop to back and middle office employees gravitating to front office roles.