Deutsche Bank adding controls, healthcare staffers; UBS rebuilding in Europe
In the latest hiring roundup, Deutsche Bank is adding in controls and healthcare M&A, struggling Standard Chartered is growing a debt team and Espirito Santo is adding headcount across equity research, sales and trading.
CLSA to grow by 10% in the US
Brokerage firm CLSA plans to increase headcount between 5% and 10% in the U.S. in 2015, with a focus on research, sales and trading.
Hiring and firing at CICB
The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) plans to hire around 5,000 people next year, mostly in operations. To make room, Canada's fifth biggest lender will cut around 500 jobs companywide.
Deutsche adding more controls staff
After being placed under ‘enhanced supervision’ for its previous transgressions, Deutsche Bank is hiring even more compliance people than it had previously planned. It has hired 700 people in controls and compliance but is aiming for 1,000 additions.
RBC hiring in fixed income
RBC Capital Markets increased headcount by 10% in London last year, and it shows no sign of slowing down. It’s been hiring research analysts and senior sales staff in 2015.
Espirito Santo eyeing UK growth
Espirito Santo’s UK business is preparing to make significant hires across equity research, sales and trading.
DB growing healthcare team
Deutsche Bank has grown its healthcare investment banking team from 35 to 50 over the last year under its new head, former Goldman exec Jason Haas.
Stan Chart growing debt team
Standard Chartered may be struggling – it’s currently looking to replace its CEO – but it is still building up its bond franchise. It just created a new role of head of debt capital markets.
UBS refilling seats in leveraged finance
UBS is building up its European leveraged finance business after seeing several senior bankers leave toward the end of 2014.
Nomura hiring in M&A…again
Nomura is hiring in the M&A bankers in the U.S. and in Asia, but do you want to work there?
Middle East hiring predictions
With a number of global firms cutting back in the Middle East, regional investment banks are trying to grab a bigger slice of the pie and hiring top people. Here are four local firms that should be adding headcount in 2015.
Chinese bank desperate for talent
Chinese bank Haitong International is “interested in talking to almost all of the finance professionals available in the market.” It could hire up to 100 people.