Post Tagged with: "Wall Street"

Why senior bankers won’t help you out. How to change their minds
by / on 11/09/2017 at 12:30 / in The Review

Why senior bankers won’t help you out. How to change their minds

If you’re a student or junior banker who’s trying to make it on Wall Street, you need a mentor. Believe me: in my 17 years on Wall Street, I’ve come to truly appreciate what a powerful tool a mentor can be. A less experienced banker stands to gain a lot from absorbing the wisdom of a Wall Street veteran. I […]

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Seven things to do now to get a new job on Wall Street in 2018
by / on 31/08/2017 at 11:15 / in The Review

Seven things to do now to get a new job on Wall Street in 2018

Are you planning to pursue a different job on Wall Street next year? Even if you plan to stick around at your current firm until you get your 2017 bonus next year, it’s best to get an early jump on preparing forca job search, which starts long before you send that first resume out. Step up your performance Late summer through […]

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How busy Wall Street bankers can find a new job
by / on 23/08/2017 at 15:00 / in The Review

How busy Wall Street bankers can find a new job

How do you look for a new job when you’re working over 70 hours a week? Sneaking out to job interviews, updating your resume and meeting recruiters is hard when you barely have any time out of the office. This is what recruiters and career consultants suggest. 1. Get your friends to help you out Most firms have internal employee […]

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19 tough Wall Street interview questions and how to answer them
by / on 28/07/2017 at 09:00 / in The Review

19 tough Wall Street interview questions and how to answer them

So you’ve scored an interview at a bank or buy-side firm that you’d really like to work for. That’s an important step, but you’ve still got a long way to go before securing a job offer. Some Wall Street recruiters, HR executives and hiring managers may try to trick you, but most are interested in understanding how you think and […]

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You’re likely to earn more working for a boutique investment bank on Wall Street
by / on 17/07/2017 at 16:30 / in The Review

You’re likely to earn more working for a boutique investment bank on Wall Street

Working for a boutique investment bank on Wall Street has its benefits over a ‘bulge bracket’ firm. For a start, a smaller organisation means a flatter hierarchy and therefore junior bankers are given greater access to clients, which is incredibly important for moving up later in your career. However, there’s another unexpected bonus of working for a boutique – you’ll get paid more. New […]

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Symphony, la start-up qui rythme les échanges de Wall Street
by / on 12/07/2017 at 16:00 / in Entreprise

Symphony, la start-up qui rythme les échanges de Wall Street

Cette plateforme de chat sécurisé est soutenue par des grands noms de la banque dont Goldman Sachs et JP Morgan. En trois ans, elle a levé 170 millions de dollars. Bien que français, David Gurlé parle avec l’accent américain. Pour cause, il habite aux Etat-Unis depuis 1999, où après être passé par Microsoft, Reuters et Skype, il crée en 2012 Perzo, une […]

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The six best places to network on Wall Street
by / on 21/06/2017 at 15:00 / in The Review

The six best places to network on Wall Street

These are the best places to network with New York City’s bankers, asset managers, hedge funders, private equity mavens and other finance professionals who could help to further your career. And remember, with as many or more banks and buy-side firms based in Midtown Manhattan as the financial district, Wall Street is a state of mind. 1. Bars, gastro pubs […]

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Banque d’investissement : les stages d’été qui paient le mieux à Wall Street et à la City
by / on 19/06/2017 at 12:00 / in Management

Banque d’investissement : les stages d’été qui paient le mieux à Wall Street et à la City

Les stages sont aujourd’hui la voie royale pour décrocher un job en finance. Et ce n’est pas seulement le cas pour les banques d’investissement, où quelque 90% des recrutements de diplômés en front office se font suite à des stages, mais pour un nombre croissant de société de private equity, hedge funds et gestionnaires d’actifs qui se constituent des viviers […]

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Female Wall Street executives launch nonprofit to help girls get started in asset management careers
by / on 16/06/2017 at 12:00 / in The Review

Female Wall Street executives launch nonprofit to help girls get started in asset management careers

It is no secret that the representation of women working in many areas of financial services is dismal. Less than 2% of the world’s capital is invested by women, including less than 10% of mutual fund managers in the U.S., according to Morningstar. Broadening the scope to hedge funds and other asset management firms, the number of female portfolio managers […]

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How to get a risk job on Wall Street
by / on 15/06/2017 at 10:00 / in The Review

How to get a risk job on Wall Street

There’s no two ways about it: A lot of financial services firms are still cutting costs, meaning that they are less likely to replace people who have left and may actually be laying people off. That said, risk management is one area where most firms are unable or at least more reluctant to cut anyone, given the high stakes of a […]

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