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The level of anxiety here on this board mirrors that which is probably felt on campus among the Wall Street-bound, so I’m not surprised by it. Even accounting for additional option value, you may not even know what to do with summers, given all of the professionals you’ve killed off and the additional capacity that is unused in your analyst and associate bullpens.
Most cuts will be in FICC The investment bank has “self-shrunk” for the most part — that is, most of the best bankers have already taken their teams and left. The investment bank has “self-shrunk” for the most part — that is, most of the best bankers have already taken their teams and left. Reality hits you hard, bro I mean I know they are just glad to have jobs, but man what a bunch of BankerLovers.
That Barclays story is ridiculous. If all the banks decide to axe I-banking division then who will do the banking?
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This is always subject to change and none of it is “formal” rumor, if that makes sense. The lucky ones will get moved to other areas of the firm. You know- the people actually losing money This means you’ll have no one in between you and very senior guys; meaning you’ll have heaps of work to do, no one to check it and so forth. I don’t know specifically about layoffs in Europe, I do know my group got pretty much decimated xealogic the Associate level in London.
I’m having flashbacks to the conversations on Bear’s FT offers It may take longer or shorter than we expect, but there seems very little reason in my mind to overreact negatively than there was to get carried away by the exuberance in more favorable markets. Given ipk the publicity this issue has received recently, I just can’t imagine it won’t be directly addressed.
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Dec 22, – 8: The Barclays story is pretty ridiculous. I also want to own Goldman Sachs, but nobody has knocked on my door yet UBS ready sttaistics take axe to investment bank Originally Posted: Culture is group dependent, very fun people that like to go out and get their work done.
This restructuring will be a drastic next step in a strategy unveiled almost a year ago by chief executive Sergio Ermotti to give UBS’s often fi,etype investment bank a support role for the bank’s market-leading wealth management.
Do you keep all ?
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People are definitely not leaving and the analysts depending on group still have great exit ops. I don’t think they had much of a choice. Not because it’s UBS, but because it is banking and the cuts are going deep and lots of people are losing their jobs. Not in a banking context, but just in any situation. The above post is right, it is a lot better than having a ML offer and you did very well to get an offer at ip in this climate. The summer is quickly approaching that is why it seems like such an extreme measure at this point Also, I do not work for UBS, but do you think that it will be split up?
There is much talk of how banking is becoming more of a commodity business, or how firms are looking to exit investment banking due to the volatility. But do you think they’d prefer to pare back the classes?
Are they the same as other groups within IBD?
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Cut from 16, to 16, within five years? Once the veneer came off, they simply didn’t have a competitive advantage in anything and it was obvious. How about good MM firms. There will be a couple of spare places this year if you’re good enough and you want to jump ship – I would concentrate on getting an offer at UBS for now. It will also continue to grow its leading corporate finance and advisory businesses. FT offers will probably be honored, but the layoff risk remains in general.
I worked there for almost 3 years and everyone I know who is still there is worried but saying UBS IBD is over is a bit apocalyptic don’t you think?
UBS’s investment bank is trailing far behind the 26 per cent return on allocated equity that the bank is achieving in core areas such as wealth and Asset Management, despite consuming almost half of the bank’s equity capital, estimates by Morgan Stanley show.
You guys are fucking retarded. It also retreated from its fixed income businesses, firing 10, workers last year. This had an impact across all of statietics businesses.