One of our connection in an investment is looking for an IB analyst (0-3 years experience in corporate finance/M&A) to join the team. Besides typical requirement for junior IB analyst, the candidate should preferably be able to speak and write in native Chinese. He/she will cover China/South-East Asia ECM/M&A Deals. Interested please send in your CV and integrated financial model to email@example.com. Only short listed candidates will be notified.
SpringBoard’s year is coming to a close, having completed 2 semesters of the Analyst Training Camp and Advanced Programs that have brought professionals closer to their front office ambitions.
Come Dec 7 and we will host our final networking session of 2016 for jobseekers and front office veterans to come together and chat. Recount fond memories of 2016 and advance your career for 2017. Register Here!
SpringBoard regularly invites experienced investment professional to share their professional expertise and experience.
In this upcoming expert seminar, Mr. Stuart Hong, Director of a fund management company, will share with you his investment experience in Pacific Shipping Trust, REITs and bonds. In particular, he will use case studies to discuss how to value stocks based on the certainty of cashflows: Register Here!
We have news of an equity analyst opportunity at a boutique asset management firm.
The analyst will support 2 fund managers investing in largely Asian equities and need to: Continue reading
Springboard’s exclusive networking event is coming back again.
SAVE your day on Aug 25 and come join SpringBoard’s upcoming exclusive networking event to hear from insiders and recent success stories! Already, we have an exciting internship opportunity on offer and likely more jobs on offer to share in person at the event. Continue reading
We have news of a research internship opportunity at a regional sell-side firm.
The intern will be reporting directly to the Head of Research and need to: Continue reading
I had an interesting read about Career Success in the New Work Environment , available at the CFA Institute website, which focuses a lot on self awareness, awareness of the environment and career planning and navigation. The e-book also offers interviews with successful finance executives to understand their career decision making processes, as well as detailed scenarios of how different finance professionals carve out their careers amid achievements and disappointments in both their career and lives.
Apparently, work-life balance is not a given, but a cause of sacrifice at times. It is an outcome based on the work culture of our employer and our personal decisions. Something we must be responsible for, the benefits and the costs.
Though written mostly from a Western work ethic and culture, some points remain close to our hearts. The big fives of personality fits to the need to be pro-active in planning our careers or in allowing big events to steer us on a different path.
If you are short on time for the 120 page content and the subsequent 100 pages of interview Q&A with top executives, the CFA website also offers link to key portions of the book where key actionables and tools allow you to start planning your career.
A recommended read.