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Margaret Sadlier
Communications & PR Manager

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General Enquiries: pressoffice@coalition.com


 

 

EFinancial Careers

Late Lunchtime Links: Ex-RBS trader takes lesser role for 20 days, jumps swiftly on to Citigroup
Sarah Butcher, 28 May 2013

RBS is a big player in G10 rates, ranking third in 2012 according to research firm Coalition.

http://bit.ly/1bkxTkg

 

Wall Street Journal

Fewer Bank Layoffs Expected in Asia in 2013
Deborah Kan, 22 May 2013

From 2011 to 2012, investment banks reduced their front-office headcount by 17%. George Kutznetsov of analytics firm Coalition tells the WSJ’s Deborah Kan...

http://on.wsj.com/1dTPd4f

 

EFinancial Careers

Majority of investment banking jobs don’t pay bank
Sarah Butcher, 15 May 2013

Coalition, a market research company owned by Standard & Poors, found that 53,500 people work in front office banking globally, with16,700 in origination...

http://bit.ly/1jsxlxm

 

Bloomberg

London City Vacancies Fell 22 Percent, Recruiter Says
Ambereen Choudhury, 15 May 2013

The deepest cuts in banking and trading positions were made in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region over the past year, London-based Coalition said...

http://bloom.bg/1bkHxAd

 

Bloomberg

Commodities Revenue at 10 Top Banks Seen Down 54% in 1st Quarter
Maria Kolesnikova, 15 May 2013

Commodities revenue of the top banks in the Coalition index dropped to $1.2 billion from $2.6 billion a year earlier...

http://bloom.bg/1gIXMMJ

 

Financial Times

Investment banks’ drive into forex proves less lucrative
Alice Ross, 14 May 2013

Coalition’s figures show a significant decline in revenues from forward products – derivatives that allow investors and companies to protect themselves against moves in interest rates...

http://on.ft.com/1f1FpCc