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Complinet's 4th Annual Compliance Awards

Complinet's Annual Compliance Awards were created in 2004 to recognise the successes and achievements of compliance professionals from across the financial services industry and supporting professional services firms. The 4th Annual Compliance Awards is searching across the compliance and finance sectors to recognise the contribution of the compliance role, compliance trainers and professional advisers in helping to ensure that the UK remains at the forefront of global financial services. The awards are judged by a panel of highly-respected financial services experts.

Why It Might Be Better To Be Fired Now

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Although some joke that you can never consider yourself a success as a banker unless you have been laid off at least once in your career (indeed, some bankers make a career out of getting made redundant), most are still nervous when unsettling times prompt job loss fears.

Latest On Staff Discrimination Claims

The Wall Street Journal reports that 60 year-old William Jester, a former head of municipal bonds over at UBS, has sued the firm alleging that he was replaced and forced out of the company because of his age.

Morgan Stanley Banker Too Clever For His Own Good

Like many firms, Morgan Stanley gives some of its employees access to career websites that come complete with CV databases. The idea, of course, is that the firm might be able to pick up some decent staff without going to the trouble of paying expensive recruitment fees.

The Latest Hedge Fund & Asset Management News

According to a recent survey undertaken by data provider EuroHedge, over 150 new hedge funds, attracting $13bn in assets, opened for business in the first 6 months of this year. That's up from 133 in the same period in 2004.