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Buy American, Hire American Takes Its Toll on Business Immigration
by / on 13/02/2018 at 15:00 / in Best Lawyers®

Buy American, Hire American Takes Its Toll on Business Immigration

Although 2017 saw no major immigration legislation, the Trump administration has nevertheless had a major impact on immigration through executive order and adjudication. The travel ban, termination of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), deportation, and chain immigration generated headlines and widespread attention. More quietly, similar changes were occurring in the area of business immigration under the policy of Buy American, […]

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What to do if you’ve outgrown your role?
by / on 09/02/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

What to do if you’ve outgrown your role?

Your job consumes the majority of your waking day – we’re all at work for at least 8 hours each day. So, if you’ve lost your excitement for your job then a major part of your life is unbalanced. Having to drag yourself to the office each day isn’t something anyone wants to do. There are usually two reasons why […]

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L’Alpaga : cocktails au coin du feu ou… en chambre !
by / on 07/02/2018 at 13:00 / in Lifestyle by KellyPrésidente

L’Alpaga : cocktails au coin du feu ou… en chambre !

À l’Hôtel Alpaga de Megève, vous pouvez siroter un cocktail création au coin du feu ou même carrément le faire livrer dans votre chambre ! Vous aimez la neige, le ski, Megève et les cocktails ? Direction L’Alpaga, un hôtel des Alpes. La raison : on trouve dans cet établissement 5 étoiles un excellent bar où prendre l’apéro au coin […]

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“Banking is a very unattractive industry. I’m starting my career there anyway”
by / on 30/01/2018 at 11:30 / in The Review

“Banking is a very unattractive industry. I’m starting my career there anyway”

If you’re a university student who wants to work in banking and finance and you don’t have a spring or a summer internship, you might want to avert your eyes. At last week’s rarefied gathering of the top finance students in Europe, attendees were overflowing with intern positions, both past and future. “I’ve had seven internships,” said one bespectacled student […]

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Private debt funds are the new top escape route from banking
by / on 25/01/2018 at 23:00 / in The Review

Private debt funds are the new top escape route from banking

If you’re looking to get out of a banking job, you have a few options. There’s private equity, there’scorporate development, and then there’s another less-talked-about yet popular landing spot for bankers looking to shake things up – private debt, whose assets under management surpassed $600bn around this time last year. Ex-Citigroup managing director Jay Huang has just joined CIFC, a […]

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D.E. Shaw has hiked pay for its London staff to nearly £500k
by / on 14/12/2017 at 20:15 / in The Review

D.E. Shaw has hiked pay for its London staff to nearly £500k

Quant hedge fund giant D.E. Shaw hiked pay for its London staff by nearly 30% in the year to March 2017, and continued to hire after revenues surged by 48%. Staff in the UK operation of the $43bn investment firm were paid £478k on an average pay per head basis in the year to 31 March 2017, according to newly-released […]

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The crucial difference between making MD at Barclays and Goldman Sachs
by / on 11/12/2017 at 22:30 / in The Review

The crucial difference between making MD at Barclays and Goldman Sachs

If you want to make MD in an investment bank, should you work for Barclays or for Goldman Sachs? Statistics released by each bank on this year’s MD promotions suggest it depends upon your career path. Surprisingly, it looks a lot easier overall to make MD at Goldman than at Barclays. The U.S. bank promoted 509 people this year out […]

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This Scientist Wants to Bring ‘Star Trek’ Values to Congress
by / on 07/12/2017 at 10:00 / in WIRED

This Scientist Wants to Bring ‘Star Trek’ Values to Congress

Vulcanologist Jess Phoenix never expected to be involved in politics. Until recently her life revolved around science—traveling the world to study different volcanoes and running an educational nonprofit. But the environmental record of the Trump administration has motivated her to run for Congress. “These guys are basically gutting every environmental protection that existed,” Phoenix says in Episode 284 of the […]

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