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Feb 25, 2010 - 3:05am

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TheBuySideGirl:
Nomura just raised their entry levels salaries 150 - 200% and I suspect they did for the SAs as well.

What's are they at now after the increase?

They increased salaries in JAPAN for entry level graduates to get more congruence between their pay packages and that of other investment banks. It's also not actually 150-200% because they will no longer receive OT and other benefits.

Do people not read what they write?

 
Feb 25, 2010 - 3:30am

How do people arrive at these rankings? Personal opinion, league tables, tea leaves?

__________ Just my 2c.
 
Feb 25, 2010 - 1:45pm

If you're interested in retail, Financo. If you're interested in Infrastructure, Macquarie. If you have interests in neither of these, Nomura.

In all honesty though, I don't really know what Nomura accomplishes in the United States. At least with Financo you will have a steady deal flow in interesting retail deals. At Macquarie they have acquired some strong bankers from BBs and have the name in infra.

I would go with Macquarie if you think you can get into an infrastructure group.

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