In the latest hiring roundup, Deutsche Bank sets a massive hiring goal, Cantor Fitzgerald looks to grow its investment bank and Evercore needs more grey hairs.
Evercore hiring MDs for advisory
Evercore is planning on hiring five or six managing directors with its advisory group. The hires will cover technology, media and health care sectors.
Cantor growing investment bank, again
Cantor Fitzgerald is on a hiring spree as it picks up fixed income traders that are leaving big banks.
SAC picks off sell-side exec
The firm formerly known as SAC Capital Management just hired J.P. Morgan’s Scott Braunstein. Though it is now a family office, Point72 Asset Management has lost enough people through attrition that it surely is hiring, if you are interested.
Front office action in Singapore
Singaporean banks are hiring more front-office folks in M&A and capital markets. Societe Generale and Jefferies are particularly active.
DB gets cranking in Birmingham
Deutsche Bank is starting to build its asset and wealth management business in Birmingham. It’s already begun hiring portfolio managers.
Compliance and risk, too
The German bank is also hiring on the other side of the pond. DB needs to hire roughly 500 compliance, risk and technology employees in the U.S. as it deals with its financial reporting problems.
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JPM’s new trading team
J.P. Morgan is creating a team of around 150 employees to help clients and its own traders make better decisions. Many members will be insiders, but the company may consider outsiders as well.
RBC robbing Citi
RBC Capital Markets is on a hiring spree for senior advisory bankers. The weird thing is, every hire seems to come from Citi.
Pension fund eyes massive growth
The U.K.’s Pension Protection Fund is looking to double its staff in the coming years.