But only if you're a cleaner, of course.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Citigroup boss Chuck Prince has said that 'he doesn't expect the company to shed any of its major business lines', despite rumours that a break-up of the financial giant is the only thing that will move the Citigroup share price.
The Financial Times reports that French bank BNP Paribas is to acquire the Paris-based private banking unit of Dexia in a deal worth around $263m. According to the newspaper, the purchase will increase BNP's private banking assets to around $184bn, taking the bank into the top 10 private banks worldwide.
Jefferies & Co announced Thursday the hiring of three additional senior investment bankers into the firm's transportation, oil service and infrastructure group in New York and London. Anne-Cristin, Nick Davies and Andrew Meigh all come aboard as MDs, and all three join after stints at HSBC.
Citigroup founder Sandy Weill articulates his 10 lessons for leadership and success in business in his new book - 'The Real Deal - My Life in Business and Philanthropy'.
On offer to the winner of this month's Best Loved-sponsored Here Is The City quiz is a two-night stay for two at the Feathers (including breakfast and dinner on one of the nights), a privately owned 17th century hotel in the heart of Woodstock.
Goldman Sachs announced its fourth quarter profits Tuesday - and earned more money in any one year than any investment bank EVER.
As many UK and US investment banking staff get used to the idea that 'our jobs' are going 'over there', CityNews thought that it would have a quick look at the investment banking scene in India.
Citigroup's share price fell back this week on the news that CEO Chuck Prince seems to be doing no more than shuffle a few heads around in response to investor concerns about the direction of his company.
The Daily Telegraph reports that Citigroup is now the only investment bank in Serbia, as it has opened a rep office in the war-ravaged country. The newspaper quotes Bill Mills, head of Citigroup's EMEA corporate and investment banking business, who said that 'Serbia is a key market for Citigroup in South Central Europe due to its growth potential, geopolitical position, positive direction and pace of development'. (Yeah, right!)