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Financial Services Are Happenin! Though September October often a wallop to markets. How will we fare market wise??? The first fall of the Obama administration awaits. Your predictions are welcome.  In the meantime, ere is some financial service sector job info:


Looking for a job? The latest financial institutions that are reportedly hiring include Citigroup Inc. (NYSE:C), Barclays plc (NYSE:BCS), FBR Capital Markets Corp. (NASDAQ:FBCM) and Citigroup is expanding its commodity team in Asia. The team is focused on coal, gas, freight and the emissions industries, according to Bloomberg.
Barclays’ hiring in its advisory and equities units in Europe and Asia is 75% finished. The firm plans to continue to expand in its emerging markets, according to Bloomberg.
FBR Capital Markets launched a small prime brokerage unit. Currently, a four-member team from Shoreline Trading Group LLC is luring hedge fund business, but more could soon be recruited to that team, according to CNN Money.
Several firms are recruiting asset management executives, including SAC Capital Advisors, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Asset Management (NYSE:JPM), Thames River Capital, Aviva Investors and GLG Partners, according to Financial News.
For more hiring announcements, check out The Deal’s Career Channel or Movers & shakers. Also feel free to leave hiring or layoff tips below. – Maria Woehr

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Art Jobs in the UK:


Hey it doesn’t any more glamorous than working for the British Council Arts Group…particularly anywhere in the world. Here’s a note from their site:

“Jobs in the British Council Arts Group come up quite rarely. The following is advice for people who are looking for an arts administration job, both within and outside the British Council.


We only occasionally have vacancies at our London HQ, and these are generally advertised in the Guardian newspaper, or in specialist arts magazines. Most of our externally advertised jobs are for people who already work in the arts and have a good knowledge of the scene – they are not suitable for recent graduates.

The majority of our overseas arts staff are locally appointed in the country where they will be working and for these jobs an excellent command of the local language is necessary. Again, these positions only come up occasionally and they tend to go to people who already have some experience. Those jobs will often only be advertised in newspapers in the relevant country.”


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