Global Roundup: Nomura rumored to pay its researchers poorly

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For the love of the brand: Chinese candidates shop around to get the best banking labels on their CVs

As foreign banks in China compete for a limited number of suitable candidates, it's becoming more difficult for them to retain staff because job seekers are moving to competitors to give their resumes a short-term boost. [HK]

How to extract feedback from a recruiter

If you want recruiters to actually call you back when they say they will, you will have to take matters into your own hands. [Luxembourg]

As equities hiring finally slows, Nomura rumored to pay its researchers poorly

Not long ago, equity research was hot, JPMorgan, RBC, Jefferies, Exane, Citigroup and Credit Suisse were among those said to be hiring. Suddenly, this isn't the case any more. [UK]

More indications that investment banking development work will be offshored

Technologists in investment banks have reason to be worried; more firms are looking to offshore roles to cheaper destinations. [UK]

HSBC boosts Singapore private bank as Asia escapes staff cuts

If you're one of HSBC's 296,000 employees, Asia is probably the best place to escape the up to US$3.5bn worth of savings the bank plans to make within the next three years. You're sitting even safer as a private banker in Singapore because wealth management is a function the firm is trying to bolster. [Singapore]

Super sector hiring: Relationship managers in demand; fund managers not so in demand

Hiring in the 1$ trillion Australian superannuation industry is stable but unspectacular, according to recruiters. [Australia]

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