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Morgan Stanley’s hottest young trader has now moved to fintech
by / on 03/01/2017 at 14:30 / in The Review

Morgan Stanley’s hottest young trader has now moved to fintech

In the world of ‘juniorisation’ of the trading floor, it’s the under-30s in investment banks who hold all the power. But what if, despite all the rapid promotions and increased responsibility, they decide to leave anyway? So it is with Jonathan Birnbaum at Morgan Stanley. Birnbaum was named last year in Forbes’ 30 under 30 in finance. At 29, he […]

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Is Morgan Stanley excluded from the FICC party? Why the office dress code is dead
by / on 16/12/2016 at 00:45 / in The Review

Is Morgan Stanley excluded from the FICC party? Why the office dress code is dead

Is Morgan Stanley on track for strong a fourth-quarter – at least as strong as other Wall Street banks have been predicting for themselves? It seems like a simple question but the answer is, well, complicated. Historically, the bank’s strongest trading business is equities — it doubled down on stock trading while cutting back on its fixed income, currencies and […]

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Meet the Morgan Stanley MD who invented the C++ programming language
by / on 08/12/2016 at 11:00 / in The Review

Meet the Morgan Stanley MD who invented the C++ programming language

Bjarne Stroustrup is a New York-based managing director in the technology division of Morgan Stanley and an elected member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering who teaches a computer science course at Columbia University. His main claim to fame is being the inventor – or the “original developer,” in his words – of the programming language C++ and author […]

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Morgan Stanley MD switches to buy-side after nearly a year out
by / on 29/11/2016 at 09:00 / in The Review

Morgan Stanley MD switches to buy-side after nearly a year out

Anthony O’Brien, the former co-head of European interest rate strategy at Morgan Stanley, who left the bank last December after it cut 25% of its fixed income headcount, has just resurfaced in a role on the buy-side.  O’Brien has been out of the market for all of 2016, after leaving his senior role at Morgan Stanley at the end of […]

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Le graphique qui montre que vous devriez opter pour une banque française pour devenir trader…
by / on 05/11/2016 at 20:00 / in Entreprise

Le graphique qui montre que vous devriez opter pour une banque française pour devenir trader…

Vous êtes un trader fixed income ? Foncez vers Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs ou J.P. Morgan. Juste après, postulez chez SocGen ou BNP Paribas. A présent que les résultats de la plupart des grandes banques pour le troisième trimestre sont connus, il ressort que les banques françaises ont plutôt bien performé dans le trading fixed income. Parmi les banques européennes, elles […]

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Meet 15 analysts starting at Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley in 2017
by / on 06/10/2016 at 17:30 / in The Review

Meet 15 analysts starting at Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley in 2017

Are you an ‘incoming analyst’, sitting pretty in the knowledge that you already have an investment banking job secured for 2017? If not, the clock is ticking until the banks close their programmes to applications, but – more importantly – you will be in the small minority who didn’t come through the summer internship programme. By now banks have extended offers […]

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2016 pay for analysts, associates, VPs in IBD in London, by bank
by / on 16/09/2016 at 12:05 / in The Review

2016 pay for analysts, associates, VPs in IBD in London, by bank

The average UK financial services bonus last year was £13.4k. Sounds good? Not if you’re a 25 year-old working in M&A or capital markets for a major bank in London. In this case, you’ll already be expecting a bonus of £30k+ ($40k+). So says the new salary and bonus survey from London recruitment firm Dartmouth Partners. If Dartmouth’s right, then during the first ten […]

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How investment banks fell out of love with MBAs
by / on 12/09/2016 at 10:15 / in The Review

How investment banks fell out of love with MBAs

MBA students have fallen out of love with investment banks and the feeling is mutual. The expensive qualification that formerly offered an option for beginning a banking career after a stint in another industry, is increasingly being eschewed by banks. Banks don’t want to hire MBAs: they want to hold onto the juniors they hired at graduate level instead. The […]

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Want to quit the Big Four for a bank in Hong Kong? Work for PwC, move to Morgan Stanley
by / on 08/09/2016 at 11:00 / in The Review

Want to quit the Big Four for a bank in Hong Kong? Work for PwC, move to Morgan Stanley

Have you racked up some experience at a Big Four firm in Hong Kong? Do you now want to put your skills to use in an audit, product control or even risk/compliance team at a global bank in the city? It pays to know where to send your CV – some banks are keener on candidates like you than others. We […]

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The good and the bad of working for the most popular investment banks in the U.S.
by / on 08/09/2016 at 10:56 / in The Review

The good and the bad of working for the most popular investment banks in the U.S.

In any ranking of investment banks, you’d expect Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, J.P. Morgan and Bank of America Merrill Lynch to feature. Less obvious choices, however, are the boutique players, which have been encroaching on the M&A revenue ranking in recent years. Centerview Partners, Evercore, Greenhill & Co., Perella Weinberg Partners, Moelis & Co. and PJT Partners have all featured […]

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