In the latest hiring roundup, Jefferies steps up its recruitment plans, a new bond team is planned in London and Deutsche Bank opens a new US office.
UBS just relocated a London trading specialist to New York to help launch the agency offering within its new FX, rates and credit division. Expect more hires to come.
MFS Investment Management is launching a London-based bond team. Lior Jassur, the former head of high yield research at HSBC, will lead the team.
Deutsche Bank AG's Asset & Wealth Management has opened a new private banking office in Dallas. Globally, the bank wants to grow its financial adviser base by 15%.
Bluecrest Capital Management just keeps hiring, despite profits slowing a bit. The firm added more than 100 employees last year, including 21 partners.
Two home-grown banks, DBS and UOB, are starting to dominate the market for transaction banking jobs in Singapore. They are poaching from every bank in the area.
Investment bank Jefferies just had a great quarter. Now, it plans on adding more bankers, particularly on the trading side.
Boutique investment bank Centerview Partners has been hiring, and there is plenty of reason to apply. It was just ranked the fifth best bank to work for, behind only the likes of Goldman Sachs, Blackstone, J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley.
Nomura plans to do more hiring in the U.S. The Japanese bank is on the lookout for qualified investment bankers with strong industry coverage skills.
BNP wants to hire senior finance and M&A investment bankers in London and Paris across several sectors.