This year’s payouts leave something to be desired (like 10% of their money). Read more »
Traders at at the House of Moynihan should reportedly gird their loins as of next Monday. Read more »
The House of Jim is said to have spent the week telling a bunch of traders to clear out their desks. Read more »
“Etc” being banks where “trading revenue [has] plunged,” which seems reasonable. Read more »
Employees within fixed income may need to find room at another inn. Read more »
DealBreaker Career Center
We like to end every week with a special gift for our readers: we’re finding you a new job. So we spent part of the afternoon combing through our Career Center in search of the most interesting jobs. There are dozens to choose from, all categorized according to specialization. But one special one has been selected as our Job of The Week. Not surprisingly, with market attention focused on a new part of the fixed-income world each week, we’ve decided to choose a fixed-income data engineer position this week.
Demand for real-time and closing market data on CDS, Bonds, convertibles interest rates is skyrocketing as investors demand more accurate and timely information about various fixed income markets. Moody’s is looking for a Financial Data Engineer to help it improved its fixed income analysis and research. They want a minimum of three years in a data analysis or research role in the financial industry, and you probably shouldn’t be scared of looking at screens full of numbers.