Post Tagged with: "Hedge Funds"

The hedge funds and private equity firms with the worst work hours
by / on 19/12/2018 at 22:00 / in The Review

The hedge funds and private equity firms with the worst work hours

While investment banks are generally prestigiously places to work, there are reasons that many bankers look to jump to the buy-side after they gain a few years of experience. The opportunity to make more money while enjoying a better work-life balance tends to fall first on most people’s list. As we reported earlier in the week, work hours at investment […]

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Pourquoi les quants quittent les banques et ne veulent pas y revenir…
by / on 12/12/2018 at 11:00 / in Management

Pourquoi les quants quittent les banques et ne veulent pas y revenir…

Il y a une raison pour laquelle les quants quittent les banques et les hedge funds et ce n’est pas toujours parce qu’ils pensent que les avantages et les salaires sont meilleurs ailleurs. Il faut du temps avant qu’un quant ne parte – nous sommes, de par notre nature – des personnes réfléchies qui ont une latence significative – nous […]

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Conseils aux jeunes gens maladroits que j’ai reçus en entretien pour des jobs dans les hedge funds…
by / on 09/07/2018 at 09:00 / in Management

Conseils aux jeunes gens maladroits que j’ai reçus en entretien pour des jobs dans les hedge funds…

Dernièrement, j’ai fait passer des entretiens à des candidats pour un poste d’analyst junior dans mon entreprise. Comme on peut s’y attendre, nous voulons des individus intelligents qui peuvent sortir des sentiers battus. Nous voulons des personnes dévouées qui sont prêtes à faire le travail fastidieux que requiert une analyse en profondeur, ayant le désir d’apprendre, et surtout passionnées par […]

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Les entretiens sur les hedge funds quantitatifs et comment les surmonter…
by / on 30/05/2018 at 11:15 / in Management

Les entretiens sur les hedge funds quantitatifs et comment les surmonter…

Dirk Bester, ça vous dit quelque chose ? Ce ‘quant’ titulaire d’un doctorat en conception algorithmique bayésienne a rédigé un guide détaillé des entretiens quantitatifs des banques, qu’il a publié sur Github. Il s’avère que Dirk Bester n’est pas seulement la bonne personne à qui s’adresser lorsque vous recherchez des conseils sur les entretiens en banque : il est également la référence lorsque vous […]

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Tips from the Top: Getting Hired at a Hedge Fund
by / on 14/05/2018 at 17:00 / in The Review

Tips from the Top: Getting Hired at a Hedge Fund

OneWire (www.onewire.com/videos) interviews hedge fund leaders in the Open Door video series with Skiddy von Stade.

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The 25 Highest-Earning Hedge Fund Managers And Traders
by / on 18/04/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

The 25 Highest-Earning Hedge Fund Managers And Traders

The hedge fund industry, the richest corner of Wall Street, has generally been unable to keep up with the surging bull market that has lifted stocks around the world in recent years. Last year was no exception. The average hedge fund manager returned 8.5% net of fees in 2017, according to HFR, compared to the 21.8% return of the Standard […]

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Fancy dress warning from hedge fund party
by / on 28/11/2017 at 00:30 / in The Review

Fancy dress warning from hedge fund party

As Christmas party season approaches, it’s worth refreshing your memory of the worst investment banking Christmas parties past and ensuring the scenes therein are not repeated. In some cases, it may also be worth casting your mind back to the fancy dress office Halloween party. Hedge fund Highland seemingly had one of the latter. And in a bizarre article on […]

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The failed quest to become Goldman Sachs 2.0. Secrets of a hedge fund genius
by / on 24/11/2017 at 13:00 / in The Review

The failed quest to become Goldman Sachs 2.0. Secrets of a hedge fund genius

It’s hard to believe that Matthew Westerman only spent 19 months at HSBC. The former Goldman Sachs banker, parachuted in to thrust a U.S. investment bank culture on to an unsuspecting crew of London-based HSBC bankers used to a more gentile working environment, has unleashed so many changes that his influence is likely to be felt long after his unexpected departure yesterday. […]

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The big problem with DIY quants
by / on 10/11/2017 at 11:15 / in The Review

The big problem with DIY quants

This year, quants are the new rock stars of finance. Hedge funds, asset managers and investment banks are all rolling out the red carpet for those who can write algorithms that will ensure they get ahead of the competition as Wall Street restructures itself around a brave new world of artificial intelligence, quantum computing and huge reams of structured third-party […]

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How to infiltrate Bridgewater’s “circle of trust”. The new upside to equity research
by / on 08/11/2017 at 16:00 / in The Review

How to infiltrate Bridgewater’s “circle of trust”. The new upside to equity research

If you’ve ever wondered what the downside is to earning big bucks at a hedge fund, look no further than non-compete agreements. Imagine signing up to a job only to be told that a condition of your continued employment is saying ‘no problem’ to the prospect of staying away from working for a competitor for two years after you decide to […]

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