Deutsche Bank, Nomura hiring in fixed income; RBC growing away from home
In the latest hiring roundup, RBC is growing in Europe, two big banks are making surprising hires in fixed income and Moelis is eyeing new recruits.
Late is better than never
If you’re still looking for an internship or full-time role at an investment bank in 2014, you’re a bit late to the party. Still, there are openings that have yet to be filled. Here’s a quick look at what’s available at all the big banks.
DB hiring where others are firing
With rivals leaving the space, Deutsche Bank just hired seven new traders and analysts to its New York fixed income team. And the German said it’s not yet done hiring in the U.S.
So is Nomura
Nomura has been hiring in fixed income, too. The Japanese bank has been bringing in senior fixed income sales staff this year with several big names hires in Europe.
Moelis eating up redundant bankers
Following a strong first quarter performance, investment banking boutique Moelis is looking to add to its roster. The U.S. firm is European growth in particular with a focus on healthcare.
Hedge funds that are hiring
As the best performing strategy in the industry, event-driven hedge funds are adding staffers.
RBC adding bankers in Europe
RBC is looking to add investment bankers in Europe. The Canadian bank is looking to build its healthcare and telecoms, media and technology teams. It’s also appears primed to make another push into the U.S. consumer banking market.
Fund accountants needed in Asia
Private equity firms and other buy-side companies in Asia are on the lookout for fund accountants. Blackstone, PAG and Manulife Asset Management are actively hiring in Hong Kong.
Carlyle’s senior hires
Private equity firm Carlyle has been actively adding to its solutions team.
Real estate latest hot sector
Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are hiring investment bankers within their real estate departments. Private equity firms like Blackstone are doing the same.
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