Tudor keeps hiring; Goldman eyes one particular kind of banker

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In the latest hiring roundup, Goldman wants to rehire some of its alumni, Citizens eyes US growth and banks everywhere need tech talent.

Tudor sticks to hiring plan

Despite a “brutal” October, Tudor Investment Corp. just keeps hiring. It added an FX portfolio manager, marking the hedge fund’s fourth senior hire in the last two months.

Tech talent needed at UBS

UBS plans to increase its investment in its systems group (AKA technology) by as much as 50% in the coming year. That should result in plenty of hiring.

Singaporean private banks need IT pros

Private banks in Singapore are desperate for IT talent and are hiring at a steadier pace than even large investment banks. The only problem is that they’re rather demanding about the skillset they are looking for.

Goldman eyeing female alumni

Goldman Sachs is looking to hire more women into mid- and senior-level leadership roles. As part of the plan, it’s reaching out to female alumni who left the bank and may be interested in returning.

Raymond James stays hot

Raymond James added a net of 68 U.S.-based advisers in its last fiscal year, its best recruiting performance since 2009. It’s doing a better job enticing brokers than most other competitors.

Where’s the fintech talent?

Banks are in desperate need for people with experience in fintech investing. But headhunters say there is a dearth of qualified talent.

World Bank to add 290 jobs

US-based World Bank is looking to add 290 technical positions as it embarks on its new delivery model. It’s also increasing its budget by $20 million.

Citizens hiring everywhere

Now independent from former parent company RBS, Citizens Financial Group is hiring foreign exchange staffers, trading executives and mortgage loan officers in the US.

EQT to open Spain office

European private equity firm EQT Partners is planning to open a new Madrid office in 2015 as it looks to build out its infrastructure operation.

Deloitte dipping toe into IPO game

Like other members of the Big Four, Deloitte is looking to grow its team of advisors working in initial public offerings, with a specific focus on the UK.

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