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Ce qui attire les jeunes diplômés, ce que recherchent les talents
by / on 27/02/2018 at 14:30 / in Harvard Business Review

Ce qui attire les jeunes diplômés, ce que recherchent les talents

On lit un peu partout cette formule toute faite : « attirer les talents ». Toutes les entreprises ne peuvent pas se fournir exclusivement en « talents ». D’ailleurs, qu’est-ce qu’un talent ? Toute personne montrant un intérêt profond pour une marque, une mission, un projet, un esprit. Toute personne motivée, enthousiaste, avide de progresser, de se développer est un talent en soi. Aux entreprises ensuite, […]

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Les forces attendues d’un jeune manager en banque
by / on 21/12/2017 at 11:00 / in Management

Les forces attendues d’un jeune manager en banque

Jeune manager du secteur bancaire, pour que la force soit avec toi et que tes missions réussir tu puisses, certaines armes posséder tu devras. Agilité & adaptabilité : des clés dans un contexte en mouvement Bien que galvaudé, le terme d’agilité souligne bien les enjeux auxquels sera inéluctablement confronté un jeune manager dans le secteur bancaire. De par les évolutions rapides […]

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Junior bankers caution against moving to private equity
by / on 07/12/2017 at 11:15 / in The Review

Junior bankers caution against moving to private equity

If you’re an analyst or an associate in an investment banking division (IBD), you almost certainly want to move into private equity. Given private equity funds’ notoriously long interview processes, you may even be interviewing already in preparation for a move in 2018. Be warned, however. Junior bankers who’ve already broken out into PE say the industry isn’t all that […]

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Meet the expansionary German VC fund hiring junior bankers in London
by / on 06/12/2017 at 11:25 / in The Review

Meet the expansionary German VC fund hiring junior bankers in London

Forget London, if you work in private equity in Europe today, Munich is increasingly seen as the place to be. The only trouble is that Munich private equity funds typically only employ native German speakers. It’s helpful, therefore, that a late stage venture capital investor from Munich is in the process of expanding globally – and is willing to hire […]

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Asset managers driving down bonus costs by hiking up pay for cheap juniors
by / on 05/12/2017 at 12:00 / in The Review

Asset managers driving down bonus costs by hiking up pay for cheap juniors

Asset managers are prioritising pay hikes for tech-savvy junior employees in a bid to push down overall compensation costs as they prepare for a new era of Big Data and quantitative finance amid pressure on fees and a need to aggressively cut costs. Hedge funds and asset management firms are expected to increase bonuses for their employees by an average […]

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How to get into banking with no experience, by an ex-analyst at Morgan Stanley
by / on 01/12/2017 at 22:00 / in The Review

How to get into banking with no experience, by an ex-analyst at Morgan Stanley

Many students want to break into investment banking, but have no finance experience and come from non-target schools. They often ask, “How do I get a finance job when they all require prior experience – which I don’t have?” It’s a chicken-or-egg issue, and students in this situation are often unable to stand out and land stellar jobs. To get […]

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These are the private equity funds hiring junior investment bankers now
by / on 26/11/2017 at 16:00 / in The Review

These are the private equity funds hiring junior investment bankers now

Investment banks are just wrapping up their 2018 graduate recruitment programmes, but private equity firms rarely follow a strict schedule when it comes to hiring juniors. Buy-side firms without grad schemes target junior bankers months into their sell-side career, and bring them on board whenever they have a need to extra resources. As a result, junior bankers have been landing […]

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10 things to know about global banks’ new Asian hiring spree
by / on 14/11/2017 at 10:00 / in The Review

10 things to know about global banks’ new Asian hiring spree

Global banks will step up their hiring in China following Beijing’s landmark decision last week to allow them majority stakes in joint ventures with mainland securities companies. But don’t expect the new jobs to be advertised any time soon, say recruiters. Western banks have long complained that current laws, which limit them to owning 49% of their JVs, thwart their […]

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What Jamie Dimon wants from 20-something bankers. London banking jobs salvation
by / on 13/11/2017 at 12:30 / in The Review

What Jamie Dimon wants from 20-something bankers. London banking jobs salvation

Jamie Dimon said that he never wanted to be an investment banker or a trader, he just wanted to “see a large corporation from the inside”. This, he says, is why he turned down offers from Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley to work alongside Sandy Weill at American Express. Nonetheless, financial services – and large banks – are still […]

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Morgan Stanley analyst quits for hot tech firm tackling huge real world problems
by / on 09/11/2017 at 17:00 / in The Review

Morgan Stanley analyst quits for hot tech firm tackling huge real world problems

MiFID II comes into force in January next year, and if you’re a not a star equity research analyst in the senior ranks, it’s likely to bring in a new era of precarious employment prospects. Analysts have, of course, been looking for new pastures – whether that’s a comparatively safe home on the buy-side, or investor relations. Laura Ashworth, an […]

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