Career Crunch: The turn off of European investment banks, ridiculous pay rises for juniors
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In the City, Wall Street and Asia alike, investment bankers are keen to avoid European institutions.
Singaporean banks are keen to hire locals, but they need to have international experience.
What’s it like to work for one of the world’s biggest management consulting firms?
“Bearing the pressure of work” and other supposed skills you really shouldn’t boast about.
Recruiters bemoan ‘crazy’ pay rises for analysts and associates. Banks losing out to private equity guarantees
There’s a battle going on for junior investment banking talent among private equity firms and investment banks. Pay is sky-rocketing.
All managing directors are not created equal, nor are they paid the same.
Another banker will be sleeping on the streets of London. It’s not what you think.
This bank isn’t really equated with investment banking, but it’s making a big push into DCM.
London is too expensive to keep well-heeled bankers’ wives in the style they’re accustomed to.
This senior investment banker was lucky to get his first break in the industry, but if he could do it all over again, he’d be a farmer.