Here's some silly things my boss said:
Here's 9 stupid things my work colleagues said.
Here's a note of 5 things you should never do during an exit interview.
You won't get there by being ordinary.
Here's the 9 things I learned from a career in investment banking.
Here are 7 things a front office employee needs to be a success.
Here's a note of 7 things a middle office employee needs to be a success.
Here's a note of 7 things a back office employee needs to be a success.
We live in an era in which increasingly, leaders who are authentic, and who translate this into shared value for their people, whether shareholders or stakeholders, employees, customers or constituents, are the ones who have true and lasting impact – ultimately making the world a better place to live in.
'All the fun is gone. I am losing my hair'.
A new generation of bankers are about to get a raise, as firms open wallets to head off defections to investment funds and Silicon Valley.
Bank of America plans to raise salaries for junior staff by at least 20% as Wall Street firms try to discourage defections, a person briefed on the matter said.
A $300m fine on Standard Chartered for lapses in anti-money laundering controls has piled pressure on the bank's board, coming after a series of transgressions and a drop in earnings that had prompted calls for change at the top.
Royal Bank of Scotland said on Wednesday it had reached a settlement allowing it to use a key piece of software in its trade finance business that a U.S. judge had prevented the bank from using due to copyright infringement.
How do fresh-faced financial services employees really feel ?
Goldman Sachs, which cut the portion of revenue set aside for pay the past two years, will increase 2015 salaries for junior employees in the U.S. by about 20%, according to a person briefed on the decision.
Looks like no bonus cap.
The $16.65 billion settlement by Bank of America over financial crisis-era mortgage securities highlights a pattern of the government extorting the banks, said Dick Kovacevich, former Wells Fargo chairman and CEO.
HSBC Chairman Douglas Flint said the cost of policing potential wrongdoing will probably decrease after Europe’s largest bank by market value spent billions of dollars to toughen its internal controls in the wake of a series of scandals.