Opportunities for some.
The Financial Times reports that BTG Pactual is to double its London staff by the end of next year, as the Brazilian investment bank embarks on a global hiring spree to build its fledgling commodities business.
The bank, run by Brazilian billionaire André Esteves, plans to add an extra 100 personnel, people close to the situation said.
The firm will also rent another floor at its Mayfair offices, which will become the headquarters for its worldwide commodities unit.
BTG Pactual Group is an investment bank and asset and wealth manager with a dominant franchise in Brazil, and a successful international investment and distribution platform.
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