Corporate Governance Report – Financial Crime

Barclay Simpson and Vacancysoft

January 2017

Key take-aways:

  • Although the overall number of vacancies in the Banking sector has dropped, the number of Financial Crime roles has very much bucked that trend.
  • Companies look to recruit people to cover both Regulatory Compliance & Financial Crime and job titles reflect that.
  • London has seen particularly strong growth in the number vacancies for Financial Crime roles.

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The report on Corporate Governance we have co-produced with our fellow thought-leaders at Barclay Simpson looks at the thorny topic of Financial Crime. The good news here is that in the somewhat depressed recruitment market for the Banking sector, Financial Crime stands out with sound growth in the number of new posts. But of course the growth here is not completely across the board, some companies and parts of the sector have seen falls in demand, as have some regions and cities, and indeed some financial crimes specialisms. So where should recruiters be focusing their efforts?

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