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Report 11 years ago 4. Report 11 years ago 5. If your knowledge goes little beyond "bugger all", I found "All you need to know about the City" to be a good introductory read. ChosenOne Badges: Report 11 years ago 6. I've found the Vault Guides very useful, I get access to them online through my unis career service maybe the same for you Report 11 years ago 7.
I know I know its about markets, but still a very informative book. Also the Dave Hart trilogy is a very funny read - nothing like the real life mind you.
Report 11 years ago 8. Book Recommendations. You can read the first 5 chapters online for free. Polly Courtney epitomises the concept of "dumb bint" and is the exact reason why women are not respected in banking. The first few chapters are decent in showing the training programme for a markets grad, very similar to as it is 2 decades on, but then Lewis goes on and on about bloody American mortgages, unbelievably dull, God knows how the publisher allowed that.
Even if you're not going into IBD, a humorous read which tells it like it is. Keep away from socialists or they'll burn down the Square Mile. Great book for going from basics to the full fat meaty stuff. Not recommended for maths under further maths A-level, beyond that it's fine mostly. The new version is somewhat large, so maybe start from the older print versions which are more "accessible" then move up to the new one.
My personal favourite; read it, love it. It's that simple really, if you don't find yourself laughing at Budi and Adiweko then finance isn't for you. A tad pricey, but well worth it if you want a good overview of what happens on the trading floor. It leaves much to be desired in terms of the actual mechanics of trading though and also oddly enough misses some rather important money instruments such as FRAs and OIS', but With that said, this book was written with complete beginners in mind, and it is perfect for that target audience.
Report Thread starter 11 years ago 9. Originally Posted By shuvle Book Recommendations. Report 11 years ago Original post by Svenssen yh well i think, like, well, yh there are good books available yh have a link but duno if im allowed to post it, so, yh.. Ugly Americans is a good read, but it may too 'hollywood-ised' for your liking. Original post by bornfishy What the hell was this?
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Original post by Svenssen Do a search of the OP's post history. It will become clearer then. Original post by woody87 Having read Damm it feels good to be a banker I personally think the website is much better and funnier than the book.
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When another passenger has a heart attack and collapses in the concourse, blocking the check-in desk, Hart forcefully elbows his way through. Seat 1-A. The Brits are especially good at finding humor in the clueless myopia of business executives. Support the Independent by purchasing this title via our affliate links: Amazon. This fraught, over-the-top story of angst, sex, and deception aimed at grownups belongs on the young-adult shelf.