An explanation of centralisation in London’s financial market and its projected effects on entrepreneurship. The desire to increase revenue will need progressive innovation, but how will today’s companies achieve this, and how might an effective and forward thinking Search Firm be able to help… Banks, brokers and insurers; as well as the broader financial services…

Links: Opalesque: North American institutions eye European infrastructure investments Reuters: Investors up allocations to riskier European assets-surveys Institutional Asset Manager: North American institutional investors eyeing European property and infrastructure investments Financial Times: US investors seek riskier EU infrastructure deals

At a time of heightened corporate transparency, greater workforce mobility, and severe skill shortages; culture, engagement, and retention have emerged as top issues for leaders of the financial sector; defining this as not just an HR issue anymore. Quality hires not only impact your bottom line (retention rates, higher performance), they create the ‘flavour’ of…

Many graduates considering their future career have traditionally been attracted to the “work hard, retire early” image that banking appeared to represent. Pore over spreadsheets late into the night, work 16-hour days and, if you believe in outdated and inaccurate stereotypes, drive off into the sunset to retire at 40. The problem is that banking…

As Tidjane Thiam departs from Prudential Insurance to head Credit Suisse, it’s worth taking a closer look at whether Wall Street compensation actually benefit shareholders. Bankers’ compensation have always been the subject of envious scrutiny. Search the Dictionary of Quotations for something positive on the value of bankers and you’ll probably search forever. This scrutiny…

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