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    (Original post by Kuchkuchhotahai)
    Has anyone heard back from Nomura?

    Also does anyone know where I can find out graduate salaries for the various indicated programmes?

    Thank you.
    Do you mean after the tests or after the phone interview? Because I applied for global markets and had a phone interview last Wednesday but haven't heard back yet...
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    @Breakingbank has

    Glassdoor, but the data is out of date for the most part. Banks don't typically publish compensation to the public.

    Rough guide for most banks:

    front office is £50k base + bonus
    back office/middle office is ~£35-45k + small bonus

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    47 ~~K :s. hopefully i'll get the second offer and it will be a bit higher
    with the pound being so low it makes you think twice honestly
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    (Original post by Kuchkuchhotahai)
    Thank you very much, your help in this forum has been invaluable so far - I follow quite a bit.
    I saw the attached on another thread about 6 months ago. Check Glassdoor as well.
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    Anyone got called by Point72? What is the call like?


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    (Original post by egdargi)
    Anyone got called by Point72? What is the call like?


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    hr competency based only if u'r talking about the first one.
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    hr competency based only if u'r talking about the first one.
    Thanks mate. They called you without warning, right?


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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    47 ~~K :s. hopefully i'll get the second offer and it will be a bit higher
    with the pound being so low it makes you think twice honestly
    you'd hope that with cable levelling out that the US banks would start upping the salaries eg $65k in us reflected to £60k in uk
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    (Original post by jchap9776)
    you'd hope that with cable levelling out that the US banks would start upping the salaries eg $65k in us reflected to £60k in uk
    hah, **** us.
    I think there is no better time to be american than today and this is a very broad statement. i sure envy those guys.
    Emerging markets have proved to be ****.
    Europe is dying.
    The aspirational fella only has the US to look up to but they are so strict on visas
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    hah, **** us.
    I think there is no better time to be american than today and this is a very broad statement. i sure envy those guys.
    Emerging markets have proved to be ****.
    Europe is dying.
    The aspirational fella only has the US to look up to but they are so strict on visas
    lol,its so true
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    47 ~~K :s. hopefully i'll get the second offer and it will be a bit higher
    with the pound being so low it makes you think twice honestly
    Internship wise yh, some are below 50, but I have yet to see a sub 50 full time offer for fo at a BB/EB/balance sheet bank.

    Tbf, some banks pay out bonuses in USD so they might adjust that way

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Internship wise yh, some are below 50, but I have yet to see a sub 50 full time offer for fo at a BB/EB/balance sheet bank.

    Tbf, some banks pay out bonuses in USD so they might adjust that way

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    The HR said that the 47k corresponds to the FT base. we're talking US BB here.
    You're right about that but it only concerns Asso's & + who get paid in USD.
    but they won't benefit from it, what will happen is that they will get converted at some average ******** rate of the moment.
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    The HR said that the 47k corresponds to the FT base. we're talking US BB here.
    You're right about that but it only concerns Asso's & + who get paid in USD.
    but they won't benefit from it, what will happen is that they will get converted at some average ******** rate of the moment.
    HR must be smoking something good then, because e.g. JPM paid 47k for interns but ft was 50.

    How are you certain it's only Assocs & co that get paid in USD?

    Tru, still good money for the UK tho tbf.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    HR must be smoking something good then, because e.g. JPM paid 47k for interns but ft was 50.

    How are you certain it's only Assocs & co that get paid in USD?

    Tru, still good money for the UK tho tbf.

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    ok well maybe there is this 3k diff for interns. why the **** tho' O.o

    source: another forum with more senior folks.

    good money for London tho' ? is this money you can save on ? buy a flat on ?
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    (Original post by savonarollla)
    The HR said that the 47k corresponds to the FT base. we're talking US BB here.
    You're right about that but it only concerns Asso's & + who get paid in USD.
    but they won't benefit from it, what will happen is that they will get converted at some average ******** rate of the moment.
    Pretty sure I know which bank this is and I was also told 47k

    At the end of the day, 3k difference is really nothing considering you're still getting paid 47k upon graduation and it's still US BB so the career opportunities will help you increase salary in the long run - it could also be the case their sign on bonus is higher and bonus in general more favourable
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    Just got an impromptu call from Evercore, anyone else? Wouldn't be surprised if I don't get the FtoF interview tbh
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    (Original post by olly_price)
    Just got an impromptu call from Evercore, anyone else? Wouldn't be surprised if I don't get the FtoF interview tbh
    Info on the call? Was it someone from Dartmouth or Evercore themselves? And is this for summer of grad? Congrats btw
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    Anyone had their first round with JPM FT Credit Risk?
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    (Original post by Yhanna)
    Info on the call? Was it someone from Dartmouth or Evercore themselves? And is this for summer of grad? Congrats btw
    I think an HR person from Evercore. Really easy mate just finding out about you and why you applied there. I was just in quite a bad mood so sounded quite boring I think and then when she asked why Evercore one of my 2 reasons was that it's a boutique so the hours are less than a BB hahahah.
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    (Original post by Yhanna)
    Info on the call? Was it someone from Dartmouth or Evercore themselves? And is this for summer of grad? Congrats btw
    And summer
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    (Original post by olly_price)
    I think an HR person from Evercore. Really easy mate just finding out about you and why you applied there. I was just in quite a bad mood so sounded quite boring I think and then when she asked why Evercore one of my 2 reasons was that it's a boutique so the hours are less than a BB hahahah.
    less hours, lol, what was your second reason then?
 
 
 
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