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Yesterday 08:53 PM
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Don't know what you guys talking about. DB sales and trading still paying top tier salary.....
DB sales and trading is the lowest paying among the BBs sales and trading... everyone bumped but DB
Yesterday 08:48 PM
Unregistered What is capital groups EACG early career associates program like? What are the various rounds during recruitment? The starting pay or any other info if you guys have
Yesterday 06:11 PM
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Minor advantage if oxbridge but don't bank on it. Some regional firms (non-MF) do hire analysts. I'd argue that middle-market/regional firms are where the action is, not MF where deal flow is slow and org is top heavy. Longer term, getting promoted quickly (carry) will matter much much more than the starting pay so don't get too fixated on it.
want action go geylang.... we're in it for the money
Yesterday 02:32 PM
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How does comp for MF and BBs compared to nyc/london. Does apollo pay USD 400k all in for 1st year associate.

Im currently studying in a top UK uni (Oxbridge/LSE) but I am a sg citizen. How do these uni rank compared to the Big 3 sg unis?

Also is there analyst-recruiting for pe or do firms prefer to recruit for associates from analysts at other banks?
Minor advantage if oxbridge but don't bank on it. Some regional firms (non-MF) do hire analysts. I'd argue that middle-market/regional firms are where the action is, not MF where deal flow is slow and org is top heavy. Longer term, getting promoted quickly (carry) will matter much much more than the starting pay so don't get too fixated on it.
Yesterday 01:55 PM
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How does comp for MF and BBs compared to nyc/london. Does apollo pay USD 400k all in for 1st year associate.

Im currently studying in a top UK uni (Oxbridge/LSE) but I am a sg citizen. How do these uni rank compared to the Big 3 sg unis?

Also is there analyst-recruiting for pe or do firms prefer to recruit for associates from analysts at other banks?
For London difficult to get the working visa. For New York you need stellar academic, outstanding ccas, good disposition and ace the interview. Nothing less than these ! You shall stand an equal chance competing against first class honours from the big 3 local. Frankly I do not see any advantages.
Yesterday 01:52 PM
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How does comp for MF and BBs compared to nyc/london. Does apollo pay USD 400k all in for 1st year associate.

Im currently studying in a top UK uni (Oxbridge/LSE) but I am a sg citizen. How do these uni rank compared to the Big 3 sg unis?

Also is there analyst-recruiting for pe or do firms prefer to recruit for associates from analysts at other banks?
If you can get into PE over here as a freshie it is probably going to be a trash tier firm
Yesterday 01:42 PM
Unregistered How does comp for MF and BBs compared to nyc/london. Does apollo pay USD 400k all in for 1st year associate.

Im currently studying in a top UK uni (Oxbridge/LSE) but I am a sg citizen. How do these uni rank compared to the Big 3 sg unis?

Also is there analyst-recruiting for pe or do firms prefer to recruit for associates from analysts at other banks?
01-01-2022 09:20 AM
Unregistered Nvm found in previous pages already
31-12-2021 11:31 PM
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starting salary 10.6k per month, average promotion to VP in 3 years. dbs
probably the same wanker that thinks DBS grad prog pays 5.2k per month LOL
31-12-2021 11:30 PM
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What's the salary scale and progression like in local bank (OCBC/DBS/UOB) IB? Anyone has break down?
starting salary 10.6k per month, average promotion to VP in 3 years. dbs
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