Hi all - I'm looking for advice about how to most gracefully quit my job. I tried searching but couldn't find anything specific to asset management, which seems like a different dynamic than banking. If something is out there, please point me in the right direction.
So, I'm a buyside equity analyst leaving my mutual fund and have a couple questions about how to leave on the best terms (switching industry, fyi).
- How much notice is customary? From what I've gathered maybe it's a month?
- In banking everyone advises not to tell anyone where you're going. Does this apply to institutional asset management too? I'm very close with my team, and that feels like it would be perceived to be extremely rude/distrusting, but I also don't want to compromise my new job or anything.
Thanks for the help!
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