It’s been an active week for Barclays with the departure of key U.S executives and bomb scare outside its London HQ. Catch up on this and other top stories on eFinancialCareers over the past week.
Some roles have been on the market for a long time. Could you do the job?
In what direction does a sausage tear after being cooked in the microwave? And other interview questions from the U.S. bank.
If you get a call from these guys, pay attention as it could mean your next career move.
All this fuss over a lunchbox and a Boris bike in Canary Wharf.
Getting crushed in middle management is far harder than life at the top or bottom of investment banking.
The Baupost Group is new to the London market, but being very generous.
Skip McGee has ended his 21-year career at Lehman Brothers and Barclays. Here’s who could follow.
If you’re stuck in your current role, there are methods of making life more pleasant.
Singapore, itself a location for offshoring back office functions, is no longer cheap enough. Here’s how to ensure you don’t become a cost centre.
Barclays has cut a huge chunk of the wage bill after McGee’s exit and is unlikely to be offering pre-crisis level packages any more.