Our third and final LFW street style instalment from our fashion blogger Rainbows & Fairydust.
CareerVidi launched to recruiters just last week, and already over 40 companies have posted hundreds of the jobs (remove ‘the’), seeking professionals for open positions in finance and technology.
The Wall Street compensation estimates New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli issued on Tuesday are only the latest evidence in an inexorable move toward fewer jobs in the industry and - here's the surprise - higher average pay.
Wall Street’s cash bonus pool rose 8% to $20bn in 2012 as profits surged, according to projections by New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. Did yours ?
Nomura's head of Americas equities trading, Jonathan Larkin, is leaving after about a year at the Japanese brokerage, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
U.S. banks had $141.3bn in net income last year, the second-best on record behind the $145.2bn total reported for 2006, on non-interest income and lower loss provisions, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said.
JPMorgan’s traders in its investment bank lost money on seven days during 2012, down from 26 in 2011.
According to this info-graphic from Kaplan International, in 10 years time we will be eating insect sandwiches, wearing wooden t-shirts, sitting in a pilotless plane, on our way into space for a tour!
VTB Capital has won Global Finance magazine’s annual 'World's Best Investment Banks' awards in two categories: Best Investment Bank in Central and Eastern Europe and Best Investment Bank in Russia.
Goldman Sachs will begin its annual job cutting process as early as this week, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday, with its equities-trading business bracing for bigger cuts than fixed-income trading.
Royal Bank of Scotland is preparing to hand out shares worth an estimated £2.5m to its 10-strong management team.
This week’s 14-year prison sentence for Tom Hayes, the former UBS and Citigroup trader convicted of conspiracy to defraud, was a landmark moment in the cleanup of the City after the financial crisis.
Daniel Caplan and Simon Kempton, senior figures in Deutsche Bank’s prime finance operation, are leaving the company, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.