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Bloomberg

Barclyas’s Chiwata Is Swapping His Spreadsheets for Scuba
Yoshiaki Nohara & Eijiro Ueno, 31 Jan 2013

Employees on stocks desks fell by 8.5 percent globally in the first nine months of last year, according to a survey by industry-analytics firm Coalition Ltd.

http://bloom.bg/1cAkN3V

 

The Wall Street Journal

Traders Make Peace With Computers
Telis Demos, 29 Jan 2013

Equity-trading-related staff at global investment banks was 18,400 in the third quarter of 2012, down 8.5% from the end of 2011, said Coalition...

http://on.wsj.com/JdvDCA

 

EFinancial Careers

Où trouver les jobs en banque d’investissement cette année, quelques suggestions de Deutsche Bank
Sarah Butcher, 23 Jan 2013

Pour les analystes de Deutsche Bank, 2013 ne s’annonce pas comme un bon cru en matière d’emploi pour la banque d’investissement.

http://bit.ly/19B9hkv

 

Financial News

Banker 2.0: City set for multi-tasking
Giles Turner, 21 Jan 2013

According to data from capital markets consultancy Coalition, cash equity trading accounted for 30%, or $7.8bn, of equities revenues over...

http://bit.ly/18BZduu

 

EFinancial Careers

Goldman Sachs seems to be hiring more bankers than JPMorgan in 2013
Sarah Butcher, 16 Jan 2013

There’s no institution engaged in big equities hiring this year.” A recent study by research firm Coalition found that equities headcount fell nearly 9% in 2012.

http://bit.ly/1d7HbQd

 

Financial Times

JPMorgan throws itself between survey and clients
Alice Ross, 14 Jan 2013

Data from Coalition found that revenues slid 23 per cent in the first three quarters of the year compared to the same time period in 2011.

http://on.ft.com/J4Aghz