OppenheimerFunds: Demise of active management exaggerated, and we’re hiring

OppenheimerFunds: Demise of active management exaggerated, and we’re hiring

The head of talent acquisition at OppenheimerFunds reveals why and who he continues to hire despite headwinds for the actively managed fund industry.

These are the skills asset managers are looking for now

These are the skills asset managers are looking for now

Asset management recruitment is changing. A CFA Society New York panel revealed what it means for your short-term job search and long-term career.

I quit banking in 2001, but Lehman’s collapse was the best thing to happen to me

I quit banking in 2001, but Lehman’s collapse was the best thing to happen to me

I left a 20-year banking career behind 16 years ago, but it was the financial crisis that gave me a second career. 

Seven things to do now to get a new job on Wall Street in 2018

Seven things to do now to get a new job on Wall Street in 2018

Start planning your strategy now if you want to land a good Wall Street job next year after you get your bonus.

Right now, human traders have the edge over quants and algos

Right now, human traders have the edge over quants and algos

E-trading platforms powered by AI are in ascendance, causing firms to employ fewer human traders. Now's a good time for the latter to strike back.

With this attitude, your banking career will go far

With this attitude, your banking career will go far

You're a warrior. Honestly.

Nine golden rules for dressing down as an investment banker

Nine golden rules for dressing down as an investment banker

Investment banks have introduced business casual and casual fridays, but this is a minefield for fashion slip-ups. 

How busy Wall Street bankers can find a new job

How busy Wall Street bankers can find a new job

Searching for a new banking job is a time-consuming job in itself. How can busy bankers find enough time for the job search? 

Goldman Sachs’ head of human capital management condemns “troubling and grotesque” events in Charlottesville

Goldman Sachs’ head of human capital management condemns “troubling and grotesque” events in Charlottesville

One of the most senior women and black executives at Goldman Sachs has spoken out about the violence in Charlottesville. 

Meet the former credit trader who quit the City to bring the fight to brain cancer

Meet the former credit trader who quit the City to bring the fight to brain cancer

The death of trader Greg Jarzabek's mother inspired him to give up the trading floor to help people with terminal illness. 

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