In the latest hiring round-up, Oppenheimer is in aggressive expansion mode, Deutsche Bank is hiring middle and back office staffers and several hedge funds are growing globally.
Oppenheimer hiring on both sides of the pond
Oppenheimer is bucking the trend and hiring bond traders, salespeople and researchers that investment banks are willing to cut. It’s also reportedly mulling an advisory unit in Europe.
Portuguese bank in ‘hiring mode’
Espírito Santo’s investment bank is hiring. A spokeswoman tells us the Portuguese entity is in “hiring mode,” that it’s “hiring across the board” and has appointed new people only recently.
Deutsche’s U.S. growth plans
Deutsche Bank is looking to hire as many as 500 people in compliance, risk and technology in the U.S. alone.
Hottest front, middle and back office roles
The three hottest jobs on Wall Street: experienced M&A associates, CCAR specialists and CVA quant analysts.
‘Super start-up’ still growing
Arrowgrass Capital Partners, the $4.5bn hedge fund spun out from Deutsche Bank’s convertible bond franchise, has doubled pay for partners over the last year. Oh, and it’s hiring.
Hedge fund eyes European expansion
JPMorgan-owned hedge fund Highbridge Capital Management is rapidly expanding its presence in Europe.
Natixis needs M&A bankers
Natixis is hiring M&A bankers for its Asian unit. They are particularly keen on bankers with experience in the insurance sector.
State Street looking to catch up
State Street is looking to grow its exchange-traded funds business as it finds itself falling behind its competition.
Cheyne’s New York hedge fund ramping up
London-based Cheyne Capital launched a New York office in January and is said to be in hiring mode.