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Comment intégrer les banques les plus prestigieuses ?
by / on 06/12/2017 at 11:15 / in Management

Comment intégrer les banques les plus prestigieuses ?

« Analyste M&A at Goldman Sachs », « Equity Derivative Sales at Morgan Stanley ». Quel étudiant désirant travailler en finance n’a pas rêvé un jour d’ajouter ces lignes sur son CV et son LinkedIn ? Si ces banques sont sources d’autant de fantasmes, c’est aussi du fait de leur inaccessibilité. Les processus de recrutement de ces institutions financières sont en effet longs et la […]

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Expansionary hedge fund pinches ex-BAML trader en route to Deutsche Bank
by / on 13/11/2017 at 19:30 / in The Review

Expansionary hedge fund pinches ex-BAML trader en route to Deutsche Bank

Hedge fund hiring is alive and well. Just ask Cross Ocean Partners, a U.S. credit hedge fund which is busily building its London presence, and diverting traders hopping between banks into its West London office. Cross Ocean’s latest hire is Gary Erskine, a former director in global loans and special situations at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Headhunters say Erskine […]

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Goldman loses key technologist to Bank of America Merrill Lynch
by / on 02/11/2017 at 20:30 / in The Review

Goldman loses key technologist to Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Goldman Sachs is undergoing a retail banking revolution, so much so that CEO Lloyd Blankfein is getting in touch with consumer banking customers personally. Like any retail bank, technology is key to Goldman’s success in this area, but the bank has just lost the man in charge of tech for its U.S. retail bank. Howard Sloan, a managing director and […]

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This top BAML DCM banker has just turned up at a new fintech firm
by / on 03/07/2017 at 11:00 / in The Review

This top BAML DCM banker has just turned up at a new fintech firm

In March, Laurent Guyot was one of a trio of senior debt capital markets investment bankers to leave Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Guyot, who headed up the bank’s DCM financial institutions coverage for Benelux, France and Switzerland from London, was thought to be taking time out from banking. Instead, he’s emerged at the helm of a new technology firm. […]

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Bank of America Merrill Lynch M&A star goes it alone with corporate finance boutique
by / on 05/12/2016 at 14:30 / in The Review

Bank of America Merrill Lynch M&A star goes it alone with corporate finance boutique

A star investment banker at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, who left the bank in July, has now started his own corporate finance boutique based in the Wiltshire town of Salisbury. Peter Bell, the former head of UK M&A at BAML, has started Cardean Bell – a corporate finance boutique with just two employees, according to filings on Companies House. […]

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Ex-J.P. Morgan, BAML VP in London joins Saxo Bank in Denmark
by / on 10/10/2016 at 12:00 / in The Review

Ex-J.P. Morgan, BAML VP in London joins Saxo Bank in Denmark

One swallow does not make a summer and one vice president leaving a tier one bank in London for a tier four bank back home does not amount to a post-Brexit exodus. In light of current events, it is – however –  ‘of note.’ Lars Schouw, a VP in quant research who spent the past six and a half years […]

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2016 pay for analysts, associates, VPs in IBD in London, by bank
by / on 16/09/2016 at 12:05 / in The Review

2016 pay for analysts, associates, VPs in IBD in London, by bank

The average UK financial services bonus last year was £13.4k. Sounds good? Not if you’re a 25 year-old working in M&A or capital markets for a major bank in London. In this case, you’ll already be expecting a bonus of £30k+ ($40k+). So says the new salary and bonus survey from London recruitment firm Dartmouth Partners. If Dartmouth’s right, then during the first ten […]

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Here’s what Goldman, J.P. Morgan, BAML and Morgan Stanley pay in the U.S.
by / on 11/04/2016 at 12:20 / in The Review

Here’s what Goldman, J.P. Morgan, BAML and Morgan Stanley pay in the U.S.

If you’re in banking or trying to position yourself for a job at a bank, you want to know what the heavy hitters of the industry pay in the U.S. Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley all made thetop 10 list of companies that U.S. finance professionals would ideally want to work for, based on an eFinancialCareers survey. […]

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BAML cuts in Hong Kong as bankers struggle in search of new work
by / on 16/03/2016 at 11:09 / in The Review

BAML cuts in Hong Kong as bankers struggle in search of new work

Bank of America’s job cuts in Asia cross most front-office business areas and are targeting “under-performers” across sales, trading and investment banking across multiple asset classes. The bankers leaving BAML also face a difficult search for new work, especially if they want to join another big US bank. BAML has cut about 15 senior banking jobs in Asia, mainly in Hong Kong. Three […]

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Why J.P. Morgan, BAML and Citi think 2016 will be a GOOD year for surviving fixed income traders
by / on 11/12/2015 at 11:33 / in The Review

Why J.P. Morgan, BAML and Citi think 2016 will be a GOOD year for surviving fixed income traders

2015 is ending badly for those who work in banks’ fixed income, currencies and commodities (FICC) businesses. Morgan Stanley is making 1,200 fixed income people redundant, 400 of whom are in the front office – many of them only recently hired. Bank of America and Citi both say the fourth quarter has been weak in fixed income trading. And Deutsche Bank […]

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