Career Crunch: Surviving in the investment bank of tomorrow, Asian job title inflation
Investment banking is evolving and you need to adapt in order to survive – which qualifications will increase your chances of success currently and other top stories on eFinancialCareers over the past week.
Investment banking is changing, and the sorts of personalities required to succeed are shifting away from brash egotists and towards tech-savvy team-players. Can you make it?
Deutsche Bank has unveiled its annual HR report, detailing what it’s doing with recruitment, promotion and remuneration.
Here’s what you can expect if you join a hedge fund straight out of university.
A breakdown of the chances of securing a financial services job by qualification.
Beware young bankers in Asia with impressive sounding job titles – it’s all about making the right impression on clients.
Has Goldman Sachs lost its mojo? One senior analyst believes so.
Deutsche Bank’s grad recruitment in established financial centres has fallen, while its investment in offshore locations has increased.
The hedge fund that keeps on hiring from investment banks has recruited one of UBS’s top rated equity salesmen.
Soon-to-be-unemployed Barclays bankers are not viable candidates for recruiters.
ADIA has been bolstering its team, adding over 100 employees last year, and will continue to hire in 2014.