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EFinancial Careers

The absolute worst places to work in banking now. And the absolute best
EFinancial Careers, 27 Feb 2019 (Sarah Butcher)

This depends which product area you work in. Today’s report from banking intelligence firm Coalition suggests there are things you might want to avoid at all costs…

https://bit.ly/2XAeOIu

 

Robots head to Nomura’s trading floors
Financial Times, 27 Feb 2019 (Laura Noonan)

Nomura, a sizeable bank but not big enough to make the global top 12 investment banks as ranked by industry monitor Coalition, is getting around the problem…

https://on.ft.com/2tT49ew

 

Bloomberg

Commodities Are Good News for Banks Again
Bloomberg, 27 Feb 2019 (Nicholas Larkin)

Last year’s rebound in commodities revenue followed the worst annual performance since at least 2006, Coalition data show. The recovery was partly driven by strong…

https://bloom.bg/2EMEx84

 

Financial News

The City office where bankers cope with life after redundancy
Financial News, 25 Feb 2019 (Becky Pritchard and Nell Mackenzie)

They had 17,000 people employed in sales, trading, research and banking in the UK five years ago, compared with just under 14,000 in 2018, according to Coalition…

https://bit.ly/2VI4v3u

 

Goldman Sachs bond-trading cuts go against the grain
Financial Times, 07 Feb 2019 (Laura Noonan)

The industry’s fees have already become more concentrated. In 2006, the top three players — Goldman, Citi and Deutsche — shared 35 per cent of the top 12 banks’ FICC…

https://on.ft.com/2TFnZbC

 

Financial News

Goldman plans commodities cuts as new CEO Solomon digs in
Financial News, 06 Feb 2019

Banks’ commodities trading revenues fell from $8.3bn in 2011 to $2.5bn in 2017, according to data firm Coalition, as the business migrated to less-regulated firms…

https://bit.ly/2IZKAvw