Global Roundup: 6 Hot Bank Hiring Areas

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Six areas where banks are still busting to hire people in the front office

Now that equities recruitment appears to be falling out of favor and fixed income headhunters are speaking of hiring freezes, it's tempting to assume that there's not much hiring happening in the front office and that only finance, risk and compliance professionals can find jobs. [Luxembourg]

It's not easy to find talent in Asian wealth management but ANZ is trying

The term "aggressive hiring" is usually used by recruiters rather than senior bankers, but these were the words chosen by Alex Thursby, ANZ's head of Asia Pacific, Europe and America, to describe his hiring plans in Asian wealth management. [HK]

Helpful hints for landing a junior job at Deutsche Bank

Isabella Crocker, vice president, APAC head of graduate resourcing, Deutsche Bank gives her advice on how you can get your foot into the door. [China]

Confirmation that technology hiring is in a terrible state

The first quarter of 2010 may have been exceptionally good for IT recruitment within investment banks, but a combination of hiring freezes, cancelled jobs, and a preference for contract hiring has meant that permanent opportunities shrunk by around 30% for the comparable period this year. [UK]

From the ashes emerges a new form of GCC private equity

For all the talk of the turnaround in the Gulf financial market, private equity remains in the doldrums. The almost non-existent fund raises have been extremely disappointing and deal pick up lags way behind recovery in corporate M&A. New PE ventures, months in the planning, are being shelved before they are officially launched.[Middle East]

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