Skip to Main Content
by Derek Loosvelt | November 08, 2010

Share

Citigroup, the firm formerly known for sacking thousands of employees, is now making a huge hiring push in Europe, apparently trying to get headcount back to where it was pre-credit crisis. According to Financial News, Citi will soon "publish details of several senior hires in advisory, debt capital markets and equity capital markets before the end of the year," and has already "launched an advertising campaign in newspapers across Europe, the US and the emerging markets, appealing for 'the brightest and best' to apply for positions across its banking businesses in Europe 'at all levels from graduates to managing directors.'"

Specifically, according to FN, "there are currently 488 jobs in Europe, the Middle East and Africa advertised on the bank’s website," and "Citigroup’s advertising campaign is for hires in investment banking, corporate banking, capital markets origination, sales and trading, global transaction services, private bank, consumer bank, risk management, finance, legal, compliance, human resources, operations and technology."

Share

Filed Under: Finance
Newsletter
Subscribe to the Vault
Newsletter

Be the first to read new articles and get updates from the Vault team.