Post Tagged with: "Morgan Stanley"

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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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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Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan or Morgan Stanley – which has the best internship?
by / on 24/10/2017 at 20:15 / in The Review

Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan or Morgan Stanley – which has the best internship?

By and large, if you want to work for a large investment bank, you must complete a summer internship first. Now is the time to be polishing up an application in time for the 2018 intake. As well as knowing what to include when you apply, it’s also worth understanding which firm is likely to provide the best experience. We’ve […]

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Insider views on working for J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley on Wall Street
by / on 17/10/2017 at 09:30 / in The Review

Insider views on working for J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley on Wall Street

The ‘why our bank?’ question is one you will be asked as a fresh graduate or a senior banker looking for a new opportunity. But do you really know what you’re getting into? Yes, you can research recent deals and investment banking league tables, but can you really get an insight into the culture of an organization before you join? […]

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Morgan Stanley VP: “We were too busy to use the washrooms”
by / on 09/10/2017 at 10:00 / in The Review

Morgan Stanley VP: “We were too busy to use the washrooms”

Alice Leguay knows a lot about pay for people in investment banks. As the co-founder and COO of Emolument.com, a pay benchmarking site, she lives and breathes data points for salaries and bonuses across different functions in banking. But Leguay also knows what it takes to earn that kind of money: she spent five and a half years working in […]

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This hot new private equity firm has been poaching from Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley
by / on 27/09/2017 at 16:00 / in The Review

This hot new private equity firm has been poaching from Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley

It’s not just hedge funds run by star traders that are attracting recruits from big investment banks. A new private equity fund, set up by two former TPG executives, has been recruiting from Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Novalpina Capital, started by the former head of TPG in Europe, Stephen Peel, and Stefan Kowski, who was a principal at the […]

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Never quit banking without first doing this. Morgan Stanley gets hip
by / on 14/09/2017 at 10:30 / in The Review

Never quit banking without first doing this. Morgan Stanley gets hip

It’s possible that people have got banking careers all wrong. That instead of being about getting trained at a prestigious and highly-remunerative name whilst earning CV points, they’re actually about meeting people. – Meeting people and getting the sort of pedigree that will later allow you to borrow huge sums of money from them and the institution. This has been […]

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Morgan Stanley’s ex-head of France fixed income has joined a small asset manager
by / on 05/09/2017 at 11:45 / in The Review

Morgan Stanley’s ex-head of France fixed income has joined a small asset manager

The former head of fixed income for France at Morgan Stanley, who has been working as an advisor at Natixis as well as running his own cycling start-up for a year, has just re-emerged at a small asset manager. Sebastien Kessas, who worked for 20 years in investment banking across London and France – largely at Morgan Stanley – has […]

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Time for Goldman Sachs to pay like Morgan Stanley?
by / on 20/07/2017 at 11:00 / in The Review

Time for Goldman Sachs to pay like Morgan Stanley?

Goldman Sachs pays more than Morgan Stanley. We know this because when the two banks release information about compensation for their regulated staff in London, Goldman Sachs pays nearly three times as much per head ($2.8m vs. Morgan Stanley’s $1m). Similarly, pay per head for the average employee at Goldman Sachs in London is high at around £485k ($633k) and Morgan Stanley […]

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Meet the U.S. hedge fund hiring from Citi and MS in London
by / on 18/05/2017 at 15:00 / in The Review

Meet the U.S. hedge fund hiring from Citi and MS in London

A hard Brexit may be coming, but one U.S. hedge fund hasn’t been put off the London market: Chicago-based Balyasny Asset Management has increased its registered headcount in London by 19% since the result to the referendum was announced. The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority register reveals that Bayasny now has 56 registered employees in the UK, up from 48 last […]

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