Spencer Anderson is a reporter at IFR covering people and markets. He was previously at the financial times and covered institutional and foreign direct investment.
Fixed-income liquidity facilitator Algomi has set out ambitious plans to expand in the US and hire dozens of new staff over coming months, building on a flurry of senior appointments it has recently made.
Corporate treasurers are placing less emphasis on fees and more on knowledge when selecting a bank, according to a study from Thomson Reuters/Freeman Consulting Services.
New vacancies at financial firms in London hit a seven-month high in November, with recruiters saying hiring is finally picking up in investment areas – as opposed to risk and compliance, where most job creation has been in recent years.
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- Rabobank head goes after losing support
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