Post Tagged with: "JP Morgan"

J.P. Morgan has made another big hire for its $20 trillion custody business
by / on 11/09/2017 at 12:15 / in The Review

J.P. Morgan has made another big hire for its $20 trillion custody business

Compared to other parts of its corporate and investment bank, J.P. Morgan’s global custody business doesn’t get a lot of attention. It’s huge – with $20 trillion in assets under custody – is growing and has been making some major hires. The latest senior recruit is Richard Gordon, who joined in a newly created role of global head of custody […]

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The best and worst banks to work for in London, NY and Asia?
by / on 12/07/2017 at 14:00 / in The Review

The best and worst banks to work for in London, NY and Asia?

Which are the best banks to work for in the world’s major financial cities? It’s a question that might be answered using the strength of a bank’s business in each location, or the amount it pays its people there. Glassdoor has, however, contrived a different approach: it asks verified employees to rate their experience of working for the bank on a scale […]

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KKR has been stocking up with juniors from GS and JPM, again
by / on 04/07/2017 at 14:30 / in The Review

KKR has been stocking up with juniors from GS and JPM, again

The ‘Goldman Sachs of private equity’ has been hiring junior bankers in London. And guess what? It likes to hire from Goldman Sachs. Or, maybe…J.P. Morgan. KKR’s most recent London hire is drawn from Jamie Dimon’s stable. Risham Saif, an analyst who spent nearly two years on J.P. Morgan’s leveraged finance team, has just joined as analyst in London. Saif follows in the […]

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Voici les 43 meilleures sociétés big data où travailler, d’après J.P. Morgan
by / on 04/07/2017 at 12:00 / in Économie

Voici les 43 meilleures sociétés big data où travailler, d’après J.P. Morgan

Il y a deux décennies, les datas semblaient limitées. Il y avait des données macroéconomiques, comme les chiffres du PIB et des données microéconomiques, comme des rapports d’entreprises. Si vous étiez à l’avant-garde, vous pourriez même avoir fait du trading avec des données… météorologiques. Aujourd’hui, tout a changé. Les datas ont littéralement explosé. Comme l’explique le rapport sur le machine […]

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These top people may not join J.P. Morgan. They’re working with the bank anyway
by / on 11/05/2017 at 11:00 / in The Review

These top people may not join J.P. Morgan. They’re working with the bank anyway

You might think that J.P. Morgan has no problem in attracting exemplary talent in artificial intelligence (AI). After all, the U.S. bank successfully hired Geoffrey Zweig, a top natural language processing (NLP) scientist from Microsoft as head of global machine learning in February. One month later it also recruitedJeffrey De Jong, a specialist in experimental particle physics who’d been working […]

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L’ex-trader français de JP Morgan, surnommé la baleine de Londres, refait surface…
by / on 08/03/2017 at 10:45 / in Économie

L’ex-trader français de JP Morgan, surnommé la baleine de Londres, refait surface…

Le Financial News vient de consacrer un long article à Bruno Iksil, l’ex-trader français de JPMorgan Chase supposé être à l’origine de 6,2 milliards de dollars (5,6 milliards d’euros) de pertes de courtage subies par la banque américaine en 2012. En collaborant à l’enquête, il avait échappé aux poursuites des autorités financières aux Etats-Unis comme au Royaume-Uni. Depuis son licenciement de JPMorgan, Bruno Iksil ne […]

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Les raisons pour lesquelles les banquiers adorent ou détestent travailler pour Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley et JP Morgan
by / on 06/03/2017 at 11:45 / in Management

Les raisons pour lesquelles les banquiers adorent ou détestent travailler pour Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley et JP Morgan

Le site de gestion de carrières Vault.com a publié son classement mondial 2017 des 50 banques d’investissement préférées des banquiers et qui prend notamment en compte des facteurs comme la culture d’entreprise, la satisfaction des employés, le rapport vie privée-vie professionnelle, la formation ou bien encore la rémunération. Résultat : Goldman Sachs et Morgan Stanley occupent les deux premières places du podium,  J. P. […]

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Meet the men bringing Goldman Sachs’ SecDB to the masses
by / on 20/02/2017 at 13:00 / in The Review

Meet the men bringing Goldman Sachs’ SecDB to the masses

If you work in investment banking technology, you should know the names of Kirat Singh and Mark Higgins. Both men have been at the heart of some of the biggest projects at large banks – Goldman Sachs’ SecDB, J.P. Morgan’s Athena and Bank of America’s Quartz. Now, they’re trying to bring that technology to the masses. SecDB was created in […]

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What to ask in an interview at Deutsche Bank, by J.P. Morgan
by / on 12/01/2017 at 12:00 / in The Review

What to ask in an interview at Deutsche Bank, by J.P. Morgan

Deutsche Bank is starting 2017 in spry old form. The stock’s up 71% on September lows, the Damoclean $14bn Department of Justice fine has been cut to a more manageable $7.2bn (a civil monetary penalty of $3.1bn and $4.1bn in consumer relief), and as banker to Donald Trump, Deutsche will be hoping for a warm glow from the new regime. […]

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The 2017 pre-bonus job cuts have begun and they’re happening here. Why firms reject you unfairly
by / on 09/01/2017 at 12:00 / in The Review

The 2017 pre-bonus job cuts have begun and they’re happening here. Why firms reject you unfairly

When banks announced bonuses at Christmas, any extra staff were dismissed in December. Now that bonuses are announced in January, surplus staff are dismissed early in the New Year. Now is the time when the pink slips fly. Last week, Morgan Stanley became the first bank to pull the trigger on 2017 pre-bonus layoffs. Bloomberg reports that the U.S. bank […]

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