By some estimates, an astonishing 90% of financial markets job vacancies never make it to recruitment firms on preferred supplier lists.
In case you missed them, here's last week's top stories.
Another shrinking investment bank.
For Jon Corzine, running MF Global marked a triumphant return to Wall Street after he failed to be re-elected as the governor of New Jersey.
We hoped for the best, but feared the worst.
Swiss newspaper Neue Zuercher Zeitung has reported that UBS is now aiming to appoint a new Group CEO ahead of its investor day on November 17th.
CIT Group Chairman & CEO John Thain spoke with FOX Business Network’s (FBN) Neil Cavuto about selling Merrill Lynch to Bank of America, saying the acquisition 'was a very good one' for both sides and 'if you look at where their earnings are coming from today, the vast majority of their earnings are coming from the pieces that were Merrill Lynch'.
Here's something from Raymond James analyst Patrick O’Shaughnessy which appeared in The New York Post on the subject of MF Global.
Bill Ackman appears set to take it relatively easy for a few months after a slew of activist investments produced knockout performance in 2014.
When Brett Adcock and Adam Goldstein were analysts at hedge fund Cedar Hill Capital covering the staffing and headhunting industry, they noticed something missing: technology.
Roberto Barbuti, who was the co-head of investment banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Brazilian unit until October last year, left the firm last week to pursue other interests.