by Kevin Rodgers
Deutsche Bank's investment bank evolved as a system of silos.
by Sarah Butcher
You don't want to be an MD in the investment banking division of a bank in Europe this summer.
by Angela Stoiber-Nahles
Working in London used to be a no-brainer for German students who wanted to get ahead in finance. Now, there are better alternatives.
Deutsche wants to cut its most senior staff. But there are at least 700 whom it seemingly can't afford to let go.
by Daniel Davies
Deutsche Bank is nothing to be afraid of, says this banking analyst.
by Beecher Tuttle
“The second I accepted, I peaked.”
by Brian Marks
From October 1st, the process of getting qualified to sell securities on Wall Street is going to change.
by Abhi Anuket
The founder of a venture-capital and private-equity firm offers advice for how to transition from Wall Street to a fintech startup and impress VCs.
by Huckleberry Fintech
A top sell-side trader facing obsolescence taught himself one programming language after another to pivot to become a programmer and thus remain relevant.
by Dan Butcher
Whether you're on the buy-side or the sell-side, risk careers are not what they were.