Friday's Headlines: JPMorgan Plans to Grow Its Private Banking Staff
JPMorgan Asset Management plans to increase its international staff in private banking by a third this year. [Financial News]
Despite doling out fewer bonuses in 2010, BNP Paribas is actively hiring in its U.S. structured finance business.
Investment bank Castle Oak Securities, backed by bond broker Cantor Fitzgerald, has created a municipal team and hired sales and trading staff.
Bank of America is requiring some workers to sign agreements and accept reduced pay in the event they resign.
RBC's rebound has fueled an increase in hiring in some regions of the country. [Triangle Business Journals]