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Systematising the tedious tasks of juniors is only partially good news
Instead of unburdening the working lives of junior recruits, automation could mean they do more
Goldman, Barclays and Moelis plan to make basic ‘pitch book’ tasks less arduous for burnt out staff
‘Financial sponsors’ increasingly press their advantage against investment banks
Investment banking revenues surge while lenders reduce capital set aside for defaults
New outlook for world’s biggest bond market has broad implications for global assets
Resilience through the pandemic shows how much has changed for sector
Bank aims to cut size of equity investments by a fifth even after record $3.7bn in revenue
First-year analysts to start on $110,000 a year amid pandemic-driven M&A boom
The Swiss bank publishes a report on the Archegos blow-up, which left it nursing losses of $5.5bn.
First-year analysts will earn $100,000 per year, bringing lender in line with rivals
UK bank announces £500m share buyback programme after restrictions lifted by Bank of England
Germany’s biggest lender reports best run of profits in almost a decade
Traditional industry focus on company-to-company strategic deals is less important to the business
The Legal & General fund invests in issuers that are 100% owned by the Chinese state
Independent providers lambast competition from investment bank rivals
Beijing’s new cyber security rules sever lucrative flow of listings to New York stock market
Jean-Francois Astier and John Miller promoted to jointly lead the division
Swiss lender’s investment bank buoyed by global boom in M&A
Wall Street bank is latest to benefit from surge in M&A as companies rush to prepare for reopening
Banks benefit from surge in fees from advising on deals and initial public offerings
Investment banking fees jump and asset management unit beats forecasts
Reluctance to raise salaries sends the message that the franchise matters more than individuals
Some executives argue bank must reward performance while others fear losing staff to rivals
Salary increases for younger staff come amid broader debate about Wall Street working conditions