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Wall Street is in an arms race to hold on to young talent, with Bank of America and Warburg Pincus the latest to bump comp. 
SoFi and Robinhood are looking to upend access to IPOs, something typically left to Wall Street’s elite. 
From Lone Pine to Holocene, a look at the big-name hedge funds hit hard in March. 

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Fintech darlings Robinhood and SoFi want to democratize IPOs next. Here’s how they’re trying to beat Wall Street at its own game.

Retail brokerages like Schwab, TD Ameritrade, and E-Trade offering their customers shares from IPOs is nothing new. But now, two of the largest startup brokerages are looking to open up the IPO market to much smaller investors.

Here’s how they’re planning to do it.

Bank of America is bumping US investment banker salaries by $25,000 for associates and VPs and $10,000 for analysts, as Wall Street fights to retain junior talent amid massive deal flow

BofA is the latest Wall Street firm to bump pay for young workers, as Wall Street fights to hold onto its junior talent. Here’s what you need to know about the raises.

Warburg Pincus is bumping pay by up to 30% for junior workers as private-equity firms and banks spend big to hang onto talent

The private-equity firm is bumping pay for its analysts and associates, who can already bring home north of $330,000 in base salary and bonus. Get the full rundown.

And we’ve got a full recap of what 8 banks and PE shops are doing to entice young talent to stay.

Lone Pine, Candlestick, and Holocene among the big-name hedge funds hit hard in March

March was not pleasant for many hedge funds, thanks in part to the implosion of Bill Hwang’s family office Archegos. See which managers were hit hardest.

Ramp just raised $115 million at a $1.6 billion valuation in a Series B co-led by Stripe as investors pour money into the red-hot market for corporate cards

Competition is heating up in the …read more

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