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Japan’s Boom in Regenerative Medicine By Goldman Sachs
by / on 11/12/2018 at 11:00 / in The Review

Japan’s Boom in Regenerative Medicine By Goldman Sachs

People are living longer thanks to advances in modern medicine, but that longevity is resulting in a growing, unmet need for treatments targeting age-related diseases and conditions. We sat down with Goldman Sachs Research’s Akinori Ueda to learn about the potential for “regenerative medicine” to fill this role, and why it’s a booming business in Japan. What is regenerative medicine? Akinori Ueda: Regenerative […]

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3 common truths about moving up the corporate ladder
by / on 10/12/2018 at 19:00 / in The Review

3 common truths about moving up the corporate ladder

Everyone starts their career hoping they will climb the corporate ladder and one day reach the top. Until you have actually done it, you can only begin to imagine what it might take to get there. How much time, effort and hard work does it actually require? The truth is, every journey is different and it will most certainly turn […]

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Disappointment as juniors who thought they’d get bonuses discover they won’t – again
by / on 10/12/2018 at 12:15 / in The Review

Disappointment as juniors who thought they’d get bonuses discover they won’t – again

If you’re a junior banker at Deutsche Bank you will not get a bonus for your work this year. Nor (most probably) will you get a bonus if you’re a junior who works for DWS Group – the former asset management arm of Deutsche Bank. In the first case, this will not come as a surprise. In the latter, it […]

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9 Ways to Welcome a New Employee to Your Team (Before They Even Start!)
by / on 08/12/2018 at 20:00 / in The Review

9 Ways to Welcome a New Employee to Your Team (Before They Even Start!)

Congratulations! You’ve gotten through the hard part: hiring a new direct report to join your ranks. Hopefully they’ll be starting soon and you can get going on all the exciting goals you’ve set for them in their new role. But before their first day arrives, there are a few things you as a manager should do to prepare to welcome […]

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MI6 chief calls for espionage 4.0 in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
by / on 07/12/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

MI6 chief calls for espionage 4.0 in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The head of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), commonly referred to as MI6, has called for a new era of tech-enabled espionage techniques to cope with the challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). As the technological and biological worlds converge, the 4IR will open up possibilities for businesses and individuals, blurring the lines between the physical and the digital. […]

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How to get a job at a Big Four firm now. In numbers
by / on 06/12/2018 at 15:30 / in The Review

How to get a job at a Big Four firm now. In numbers

There are several reasons to apply for a job at the Big Four. Chief among them is the fact that Deloitte, PwC, KPMG and EY hire more professionals globally than just about any other company. PwC hired nearly 65k people during its last fiscal year, nearly double the number of employees currently working at Goldman Sachs.  That works out to […]

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Millennium Management poaches another Goldman Sachs veteran
by / on 06/12/2018 at 15:00 / in The Review

Millennium Management poaches another Goldman Sachs veteran

Millennium Management continues to pick on Goldman Sachs as it looks to fill seats left vacant by rampant poaching from ExodusPoint, the new hedge fund led by former Millennium star trader Michael Gelband. The latest win for Millennium is former Goldman Sachs managing director Ankit Raj, who joined the hedge fund last month as a fixed income portfolio manager in New York. Millennium […]

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Using the Next Recession to Change the Game By Bain & Company
by / on 05/12/2018 at 16:15 / in The Review

Using the Next Recession to Change the Game By Bain & Company

At a Glance – Timing a recession is hard, but 10 years into the current recovery, a downturn is overdue. – Bain research shows that the winners in any recession set themselves up before the slowdown to act aggressively when the storm hits. – Now is the time to strengthen the core, align on strategy and prioritize the three or […]

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Comment: “Junior bankers in Hong Kong are way too obsessed with joining the buy-side”
by / on 05/12/2018 at 16:00 / in The Review

Comment: “Junior bankers in Hong Kong are way too obsessed with joining the buy-side”

I’m a fourth-year analyst at Goldman Sachs in Hong Kong. My fellow analysts and I often chat about our career plans, so I’m now familiar with where bankers my age want to work in the future. But when I started as a full-time banker in 2015 I was shocked by how fixated people were on moving to the buy-side in […]

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Google’s DeepMind keeps pinching talent from investment banks
by / on 05/12/2018 at 15:00 / in The Review

Google’s DeepMind keeps pinching talent from investment banks

DeepMind, the Google artificial intelligence division that has just found a way to predict protein folding,is hiring. At the end of 2017, it had 700 staff, up from around 100 three years earlier. It currently has 58 jobs open, of which 20 are in London. Banks may want to get defensive – DeepMind has a habit of hiring their technology staff. The […]

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