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What Jamie Dimon wants from 20-something bankers. London banking jobs salvation
by / on 13/11/2017 at 12:30 / in The Review

What Jamie Dimon wants from 20-something bankers. London banking jobs salvation

Jamie Dimon said that he never wanted to be an investment banker or a trader, he just wanted to “see a large corporation from the inside”. This, he says, is why he turned down offers from Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley to work alongside Sandy Weill at American Express. Nonetheless, financial services – and large banks – are still […]

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Pourquoi la Russie et la Chine veulent créer leur propre crypto-monnaie
by / on 11/11/2017 at 18:30 / in Économie

Pourquoi la Russie et la Chine veulent créer leur propre crypto-monnaie

Les deux pays planchent depuis plusieurs mois sur des bitcoins “améliorés”. Comprendre : une monnaie digitale moins ouverte et plus contrôlée. Quand l’Estonie a évoqué l’idée de créer sa propre crypto-monnaie l’été dernier, le sang de la Banque centrale européenne (BCE) n’a fait qu’un tour. “Aucun Etat membre ne peut introduire sa propre crypto-monnaie. La monnaie de la zone euro […]

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Demain, vers une bourse du cloud computing
by / on 30/10/2017 at 13:00 / in Tech

Demain, vers une bourse du cloud computing

Imaginez un nuage informatique décentralisé dans lequel chacun aurait la possibilité d’acheter et vendre de la ressource machine. Plusieurs start-up planchent sur ce concept pas si futuriste que ça. Est-il possible qu’un jour apparaisse une bourse du cloud computing ? A savoir un marché financier, matérialisé par une ou plusieurs plateformes, via lequel entreprises et particuliers auraient la possibilité d’acheter et […]

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Blockchain : définition et application de la techno derrière le bitcoin
by / on 18/10/2017 at 08:00 / in Tech

Blockchain : définition et application de la techno derrière le bitcoin

La blockchain fait partie des technologies à surveiller dans les années à venir. Elle pourrait révolutionner plusieurs secteurs de l’économie, à commencer par la banque et l’assurance. BNP Paribas et le cabinet EY ont mis en place un pilote de blockchain privée pour améliorer le fonctionnement de la trésorerie interne de la banque française.  Le projet, qui est testé sur des transactions […]

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La bataille des talents est engagée entre banque d’affaires et private equity
by / on 09/10/2017 at 09:00 / in Private Equity

La bataille des talents est engagée entre banque d’affaires et private equity

En ces temps de restructuration du secteur bancaire et de plafonnement des bonus, les sociétés de private equity n’ont pas trop de mal à convaincre les jeunes banquiers d’affaires de les rejoindre. Pour preuve, Partech Ventures, spécialisé dans le numérique et les nouvelles technologies, a annoncé cette semaine l’arrivée pour son fonds Partech Growth de Victor Huberson, diplômé de Supelec […]

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Morgan Stanley’s ex-head of France fixed income has joined a small asset manager
by / on 05/09/2017 at 11:45 / in The Review

Morgan Stanley’s ex-head of France fixed income has joined a small asset manager

The former head of fixed income for France at Morgan Stanley, who has been working as an advisor at Natixis as well as running his own cycling start-up for a year, has just re-emerged at a small asset manager. Sebastien Kessas, who worked for 20 years in investment banking across London and France – largely at Morgan Stanley – has […]

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This Wall Street trading firm keeps hiring managing directors
by / on 17/04/2017 at 11:00 / in The Review

This Wall Street trading firm keeps hiring managing directors

If you’re looking for a senior level job on Wall Street, you could do worse than trying Cantor Fitzgerald. Cantor keeps hiring – and at very senior levels. As we reported last month, Cantor hired Greg Dabal from Credit Suisse to join its prime brokerage business in March, but Dabal wasn’t Cantor’s only MD-level hire. It also picked up a raft […]

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Why I quit my huge job at Google to launch a new fintech firm
by / on 17/02/2017 at 13:00 / in The Review

Why I quit my huge job at Google to launch a new fintech firm

Most fintech start-up CEOs tend to come from finance. Brett Crosby, who recently started PeerStreet – an investing platform for real estate loans – has spent the past decade in the inner sanctum at Google. Crosby helped to start its mobile advertising business, ran the Google+ product marketing team and most recently ran the global teams tasked with spearheading the growth […]

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Moelis & Co. pays its London partners very well indeed
by / on 30/08/2016 at 20:30 / in The Review

Moelis & Co. pays its London partners very well indeed

M&A is not dead. So says a new report from the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), which predicts that M&A bankers’ pockets will carry on being lined for the indefinite future as corporates engage in strategic M&A and private equity funds spend their war chests. This should be good news for senior M&A bankers at the likes of Moelis & Co. whose generous […]

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Morgan Stanley has just made a big FIG hire
by / on 27/08/2016 at 22:30 / in The Review

Morgan Stanley has just made a big FIG hire

Morgan Stanley has made a significant addition to its financial institutions group (FIG) in the U.S., poaching a senior managing director from Guggenheim Partners in New York. Thomas Chen joined Morgan Stanley earlier this month as a managing director and vice chairman within its FIG group. As senior investment bankers are increasingly looking to move from large firms into boutique […]

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