Post Tagged with: "Citigroup"

This is who the big Wall Street banks want to hire now
by / on 11/05/2017 at 13:00 / in The Review

This is who the big Wall Street banks want to hire now

Are you looking for an investment banking job in the U.S.? Here’s a roundup of the open roles in New York and across the country at the heaviest hitters among Wall Street banks. Goldman Sachs While Goldman Sachs’s commercial mortgage platform is based in Irving, Texas, the firm is currently looking to add headcount to its real estate financing group […]

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This senior Citigroup investment banker has just joined PwC
by / on 31/10/2016 at 17:00 / in The Review

This senior Citigroup investment banker has just joined PwC

A senior Citigroup investment banker just switched across to PwC to lead its U.S. technology, media and telecommunications business. Trip Wolfe, who has been working in investment banking for the past 20 years, just joined PwC’s corporate finance division. He previously held senior roles across various institutions including Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Jefferies and Deutsche Bank. He joined Citigroup […]

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Citigroup just boosted its Frankfurt equity sales team
by / on 03/07/2016 at 17:00 / in The Review

Citigroup just boosted its Frankfurt equity sales team

With London still reeling from the shock of last week’s referendum, all eyes are on whether banks will transfer jobs to mainland Europe. For the foreseeable future, the answer seems to be no – but this doesn’t mean they’re not quietly strengthening their existing teams on the ground. Take Citigroup, the US bank has just hired Steffen Schmidtke from Bank of […]

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Les banques se retirent les unes après les autres
by / on 18/04/2016 at 10:21 / in Entreprise

Les banques se retirent les unes après les autres

Plusieurs grandes banques ont cessé de financer le charbon américain. Un choix économique autant que politique. Lorsque la grande grève de 1902 éclata dans les mines de Pennsylvanie, le premier réflexe du président Theodore Roosevelt fut d’appeler à la rescousse… le banquier John Pierpont Morgan. L’homme, dont l’influence allait bien au-delà de Wall Street, arracha un compromis historique qui sauva […]

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Big bonus disappointment at Citigroup. General happiness at J.P. Morgan
by / on 22/01/2016 at 15:19 / in The Review

Big bonus disappointment at Citigroup. General happiness at J.P. Morgan

Do you remember when Citigroup’s investment banking employees were riding high on a tide of all-cash bonuses (up to $499k) whilst warmed by words about “competitive” compensation and payment by “ability”? That was 2014. Things have changed a little since then. “Citi’s bonuses were pretty terrible this year,” says one fixed income headhunter in London, speaking on condition of anonymity. “Everyone I’ve spoken to there […]

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6 jobs that tell you everything about banks in 2015
by / on 29/07/2015 at 00:02 / in The Review

6 jobs that tell you everything about banks in 2015

We’re in the quiet period: the dead months of deep summer when managing directors are on holiday and vice presidents are given a taste of power, when recruiters are on month long Starbucks sabbaticals and interns in TM Lewin suits emerge blinking into the light for Pret A Manger crayfish sandwiches before returning to their bunkers until two in the […]

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Un ex-trader accro à l’argent prépare un livre sur son expérience en finance
by / on 01/07/2015 at 14:06 / in Management

Un ex-trader accro à l’argent prépare un livre sur son expérience en finance

Voilà qui est en passe de devenir un vrai plan de carrière : passer cinq ou dix ans dans la banque, quitter la finance et écrire un livre. Greg Smith l’a fait avec Goldman Sachs, John Lefevre avec Citigroup. C’est maintenant au tour de Sam Polk, un ancien de Bank of America, Crédit Suisse et du fonds spéculatif new-yorkais King […]

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Citigroup has poached Nomura global head of futures and options
by / on 08/05/2015 at 15:52 / in The Review

Citigroup has poached Nomura global head of futures and options

Citigroup has taken advantage of the exodus of senior traders at Nomura by hiring John Macpherson, the former global head of futures and options at the Japanese bank. Macpherson joined Citigroup in April in a similar role, according to sources close to the situation, following his departure from Nomura in February. He had been with Nomura a little over a […]

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Why one trader quit Citigroup to start the ‘eBay’ of bond markets
by / on 25/03/2015 at 00:51 / in The Review

Why one trader quit Citigroup to start the ‘eBay’ of bond markets

Paul Reynolds quit Citigroup in 2012 after nearly 30 years as a fixed income trader, but in contrast to the banks’ focus on elite graduates these days, he only went into finance in the first place because his studies were scuppered by ill health. Hit by ME as a teenager, he failed to get into university and his dream of […]

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Le capital investissement devient de plus en plus concurrentiel
by / on 15/12/2014 at 20:17 / in Économie

Le capital investissement devient de plus en plus concurrentiel

Le marché du capital investissement (private equity) devient de plus en  plus concurrentiel, selon Preqin, le fournisseur de données sur la gestion alternative. Dans son rapport intitulé « 2014 Preqin global private equity report », l’observatoire a recensé plus de 2.080 fonds actifs, mais des capitaux disponibles en contraction en 2012 et 2013, même s’ils dépassent encore la demande. Ces dernières années, […]

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