In the latest hiring roundup, Nomura and Deutsche Bank are adding debt traders, RBC eyes European expansion and UBS goes on a New York hiring spree.
Nomura adding to debt team
Nomura has hired 10 new members to its US corporate debt team this year. The Japanese bank doesn’t plan on stopping there. Nomura is also hiring in equities.
Deutsche Bank, too
Deutsche Bank is also investing in its debt trading business. Part of the German bank’s $11 billion in new capital will be allocated to its credit team, with a particular focus on the US.
Citi eyeing Irish expansion
Citi is looking to add at least 100 new jobs within its Belfast office. Expect the hires to occur across the firm’s technology, compliance, legal and operations teams.
Indian banks needs M&A staffers
Indian investment bank Edeleweiss is looking to increase its staff by as much as 10%, focusing mainly on mid-level and senior hires.
New York hiring spree at UBS
UBS has hired 10 managing directors for its investment banking business in New York over the last year. The Swiss bank is still on the lookout for strong FIG bankers in the Americas.
German growth plans
Bank of China plans to hire roughly 20 people within its Frankfurt office as part of its goal to become an international clearing bank.
Euro hires begin at RBC
RBC is continuing its capital markets push in Europe with the hiring of David Plowman from Citigroup. The European bank is making a big investment banking push in the area.
Staffing up new fund
Private equity firm Riverstone Holdings is raising $1 billion to launch a fund to help support buyout offers. The US firm has made two new hires already.
New ventures in London
Here are five brand new hedge funds that have just opened their doors in London. While there is no guarantee they are hiring, growth plans could be around the corner.
No slowing down for Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo just poached six financial advisors from rival firms. The US bank is as active as any other wealth manager.