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I've interviewed a lot of 20 year-olds who want to work in banking. This is where they go wrong.
If you spend 5 years working in banking in Paris, the French government could soon pay you lot of money to resign and work on your side-project.
The former head of UK investment banking at Credit Suisse, who joined a boutique investment bank in 2008, has just departed.
Wherever there is power, there will be the potential for harassment. And women in banking have power in HR.
Two Sigma has taken advantage of the flood of senior people coming out of KCG.
JPMorgan, Goldman and Morgan Stanley have much in common in terms of prestige, but there are subtle differences in company culture and work environment.
You're doing something wrong in your banking career. You just don't know it.
There's huge potential for the abuse of male power in finance.
Point72 has been building its London operation. This is what it pays.
What if neither Goldman Sachs nor Morgan Stanley (nor J.P. Morgan) are the best U.S. investment banks to work for now? What if it's... a whole new world?