Banking in Europe, Recruitment trends in 2017

Oliver James Associates and Vacancysoft

January 2018

As the UK prepares to leave the EU, the question over what will happen to its banking sector remains. Countless financial institutions have stated that the UK leaving the EU means that certain operations will be moved. As part of this change, we have been analysing what the largest banks have been doing exactly, where key findings include:

  • The single largest increase in activity has been in France, but this activity has been primarily caused by French banks increasing their activity.
  • Germany, Ireland and Poland have all been witnessing a significant surge in hiring from the major American Banks.
  • We estimate that Poland specifically could be the biggest winner out of Brexit, with over 30,000 jobs forecast to move to Warsaw.

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