Barclays adding older talent, former SAC Capital hiring youngsters

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In the latest hiring roundup, Goldman alums launch a new investment firm, Santander is adding wholesale bankers and Steven Cohen is hiring college kids.

Barclays eyeing older (cheap) talent

Barclays has launched a new apprenticeship program in London. There’s a catch though. They are targeting 50-year-olds, not teens.

Stevie Cohen set to hire youngsters

The headline-making hedge fund formerly known as SAC Capital just launched a campus recruiting program. Now a family office, Point72 Asset Management is in the market for fresh college grads.

Big Four thirsty for debt bankers

It seems every member of the Big Four is growing its debt advisory business, mostly be hiring ex-bankers. PwC just added three this week.

New investment firm swallowing up Goldman alums

European property investment firm Cale Street is using part of its fresh $1.5 billion in backing to staff up. Launched by a former Goldmanite, it’s brought on several Goldman alums plus a former EY exec.

Santander adding wholesale bankers

Santander is quietly hiring in the UK within its wholesale banking business. The Spanish firm has added eight front office bankers since the start of January.

RBC plans French IBD hires

RBC just poached a new MD to head its French investment banking business. Expansion plans are to follow.

Cantor’s latest hiring goal

With a new head in place, Cantor Fitzgerald looks primed to add equity researchers in Europe.

New focus for private equity firm

European private equity firm EQT is getting into the real estate game. It’s already made three hires.

VC opens Indian office

Venture Capitalist Amadeus Capital Partners, which has a presence in the US and UK, is opening a new office in India. It just hired a former Intel Capital exec to lead the charge.

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