Career Crunch: Firm expands graduate recruitment by 30%, freaky hires at top investment banks
Missed out on the machinations of the financial services job market over the past seven days? Fear not – catch up on the top stories from eFinancialCareers over the last week.
Like most professional services firms, KPMG has plans to increase headcount by thousands over the next year. At a graduate level, however, it has increased its intake by a nearly a third.
Banks want to see committed conformists, not the sort of free spirits who would set up on their own.
Journalists, physicists and other unexpected people moving into investment banking
How to ensure your resume is revered rather than dumped into the ‘no’ pile.
The ultimate list of all the colleges, universities and business schools JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs target in Europe
It’s no secret that large investment banks target an elite band of universities for their graduate recruits. If you have aspirations to work for either JPMorgan or Goldman Sachs, sign up to one of these colleges.
Never, ever wear a green tie, unless you want to be mistaken for a public sector worker (and other rules of French style).
How do you know what the person on the other side of the interview table is thinking? We asked an ex-banker who has extended offers to scores of graduates and MBAs for his top tips.
Harshly, RBC has made some cuts to its research team just before bonuses have been decided.
Deutsche Bank has some big plans to expand in certain locations, but for now recruitment is locked down.
How do you get a new job when you’re over 50 and focused on a part of the business that’s getting smaller? Tony Shiret offers his pearls of wisdom.