by Thomas Zhang
Can you become a quant if you haven't studied maths at university. It's a possibility - here's how.
Banking in China is more fragmented than the West, leading to more variance in junior bankers' pay and bonus. We talk to experts to find out the figures.
China's A-share market has meant a sudden increase in demand for equity research analysts. What's the job like? How much does it pay? What are the exit options?
Internships were always the primary recruitment tool for investment banks, but these days one is no longer enough.
Rising through the ranks in a Western investment bank is not easy for Chinese bankers. Here are some very prominent ones who are under 40.
Financial services professional who took time out to raise children are reinventing themselves as contractors.
Chinese banks have tentatively started offering their employees share-ownership schemes. This is a significant move in the country, but could backfire.
The big three Singaporean banks have now all reported their Q1 results. What does this say about the local banking job market?
People are moving from global banks to Chinese PEs. What does it take to such a move? We talk to someone who actually made the move and see what it's like.
Banks are being squeezed in China by a new kid on the block and talent is flocking to these entrepreneurial firms.