The following e-mail exchange took place between a client and recruiter last year. We thought we'd republish it to lighten the mood during these difficult times.
And who says that investment banks just don't care about their staff ?
Here's the latest from Cityboy
Or so they say.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, New York Times and Reuters stories currently doing the rounds.
Occupy London’s last protest camp may hinder bankers’ lunchtime burritos more than their bonuses.
Here's Thomson Reuters Q1 M&A Review.
Known as the 'king of mining M&A', Ian Hannam worked on nearly every major deal in natural resources over the past 10 years, from the merger of BHP and Billiton to the creation of Kazakhmys.
I need more money. That, bluntly, was the message sent out by Christine Lagarde as she warned a Washington audience that the world was deluding itself if it imagined everything was once again rosy.
Zero to hero ?
A happy workplace culture apparently translates into better stock returns.
Investment banks are likely to shrink by another 10 to 15% in the next two years as they cut back their trading desks due to the impact of tougher regulations, a study said.
Anshu Jain, Deutsche Bank's co-chief executive officer, Tuesday made a pledge for remaining a global investment bank, saying that European companies will increasingly need these amid tighter bank rules.