Here's who's been doing what on the hiring front recently.
London - Baird, an employee-owned, international investment banking, private equity, wealth, and asset management firm, has announced that David Silver will succeed John Fordham as Head of European Investment Banking (EUIB) and Fordham will transition to the newly created position of Chairman of Baird International.
DBS Bank, which has made strides to build out its wealth franchise over the past year, has announced plans to invest a further Singapore $250m (US$197m) over five years to take private banking in Asia to a new level.
Vault has just released the results of its annual survey on the best place to work on Wall Street.
We asked you whether you thought UBS Group CEO Oswald Gruebel should stand down or remain at the helm of the bank in the wake of that $2.3bn unauthorized trading loss.
Here are a couple of sober comments from bank analysts about job cuts and bonuses currently doing the rounds.
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UBS Investment Bank CEO Carsten Kengeter has written to his staff, essentially calling them to arms.
Deutsche Bank cut co-CEOs Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen’s compensation 11% for 2014 after the stock was the worst performer last year among global banks.
Bank of America will allow some long-term investors to nominate candidates for its board of directors, the latest company to adopt 'proxy access' rules pushed by pension funds.
Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo questioned whether Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley should be allowed to own physical commodities because the practice exposes them to risks outside traditional banking.