Asian Rates, FX Tipped To Grow

Recruitment officials are expecting Asian interest rates and foreign exchange derivative desks to beef up in the coming hiring season.

  • 21 Nov 2007
Recruitment officials are expecting Asian interest rates and foreign exchange derivative desks to beef up in the coming hiring season. Due to across-the-market success over the last year, firms are expected to focus their hiring attentions here. Hiring in credit, which has suffered in the wake of U.S. ...

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