Friday's Headlines: JPMorgan Ready to Add Heads in China Investment Banking
JPMorgan plans to expand its investment-banking workforce in the Asia-Pacific region outside Japan by 5 to 10 percent this year, in part to grow in China. [Bloomberg]
JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley won approval from Chinese regulators to form their own joint venture securities firms there. [NY Times]
The Dodd-Frank bill has resulted in a hiring binge for professionals who can help firms meet new regulations. [Advanced Trading]
Business schools have begun to listen to recruiters and model their courses to better meet the needs of Wall Street. [WSJ]
The key to landing a job on Wall Street could be to take an informal approach and build relationships, says one recruiter.