Weekly Minute: Goldman Eyeing Asset Management, DB Hiring Traders

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Tip: Goldman Making Asset Management Push

With its other businesses waning, Goldman Sachs has been methodically adding to its asset management team over the last two years, increasing its headcount by roughly 1,000 people globally across distribution, sales and marketing since 2010. Although most of the hiring is now complete, the firm will continue to hire “talented individuals” in areas with “strategic growth potential.”

Tools to get the job:

The Perfect Wealth Management Resume

Seven Ways to Keep Your Resume Out of the Trash

Moving Beyond the Traditional Resume

Tip: DB Hiring Traders

Deutsche Bank is looking to hire upwards of 50 new sales traders at its Birmingham, England office, a location currently utilized by back-office, operations and private wealth staffers.

Tools to get the job:

How to Get a Finance Job Abroad

The Perfect Sales and Trading Resume

How to Get Off the Ladder and Onto the Lattice

Tip: London Eyeing Apprentices  

Big banks like Barclays and HSBC are looking for apprentices in London. Barclays hopes to recruit 1,000 young financiers in England and Wales by the middle of the year while HSBC is currently on the lookout for nearly 700 apprentices, according to The Mirror.

Tools to get the job:

Ten Dumb Things Said During Job Interviews

First-Year Analyst Dress Code

The Top Eight Rules of Networking

Beware Big Signing Bonuses That Come with Strings Attached

Some departing advisors earn more trouble than the payment is worth. If you do decide to chase the money, heed this advice: Put it in the bank.

The 10 Most Notorious Banking Christmas Parties 

Christmas parties at investment banks are often sedated affairs. Such has been the way of things ever since the financial crisis. However, ’twas not always so.

Hot Quant Career Tips from Frank Mao, Ex-Head of Quant Risk at HSBC

With 17 years of quanting in the City of London behind him, Frank is well placed to advise quants how to succeed.

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