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Aug 31, 2019 - 4:22pm

JP Morgan occupies Lehman's old digs on Bank Street in Canary Wharf - heard there used to be an excellent canteen on the seventh floor featuring its own sushi bar, unsure if it's still there.

Goldman's building a huge new "groundscraper" in Farringdon - is gonna feature a huge glass roof that'll allegedly "bathe" the trading floor in natural light. Apparently it'll also have a bunch of funky staircases to encourage walking vs the elevators. There's also free tampons available for women in their loos.

Credit Suisse recently refurbished their fixed income trading floor (for the three people still there) - looks very chic and futuristic from what I've seen. CS also has a good swimming pool (you'll see the IBD juniors sleeping on the sun loungers when you come in each morning) and squash courts.

UBS has also got a fairly new office and, like Goldman, has dubbed it a "groundscraper" (is only twelve stories tall) - is apparently quite an edgy design on the inside with "hot-desking" and the like designed to appeal to "millennial" bankers.

One Bank Street is Soc Gen's new London office, right on the same street as JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley. Haven't heard any details, but, going by how UBS and Goldman have gone about their moves, will probably feature the same formula of "natural light + open spaces + indoor greenery".

Morgan Stanley's research team has a yoga room and the building as a whole recently got a newly refurbished gym.

Rothschild (in the City) has a lot of the bank's / family's artwork displayed for all to see (whereas other banks tend to keep their premier art on C-suit floors / in client meeting rooms). Foyer is very nice, upstairs is decent in comparison to most banks but of course not as nice as the downstairs would lead you to believe.

Will add any other perks I can think of when they come to mind...

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Sep 2, 2019 - 2:07am

People are missing the underdog. Macquarie. Their London office is absolutely gorgeous and cutting edge

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