The Morgans are (joint) venturing into China: But will they want to hire?
JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley figure to start small in mainland China, hiring teams of senior people, and relying on transfers from places like Hong Kong. [Singapore]
M&A Deals to Continue Upward Slope, Requiring New Recruits
Top M&A advisors UBS, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs are each set to recruit new bankers in Hong Kong in 2011 as global deal flow is set to rise by 36 percent. [Hong Kong]
Battle of Corporate Finance Boutiques Brewing?
Several former Noble Group staffers are leading a move to revive a dispirited corporate finance job market by launching a wave of boutique firms. [Scotland]
Making the Move to the Front Office Isn't Always Easy
Increasingly, moving to the front office is quite the challenge, with success stories dominated by internal transfers and those exposed to pressure cooker-like environments. [Japan]
Qatar's Banking System On The Way Up
This year could be the year that Qatar's financial sector realizes its potential as banks cash in on government spending leading up to the 2022 World Cup to fund expansion and job creation. [Middle East]