Vacancies return to pre referendum levels in the banking sector

Jul 19, 2018 | Data Based, Market Insights

After a tough 2016 for the banking sector, this past twelve months have seen vacancies return to pre referendum levels. Indeed activity in 2017 was over 50% higher than the prior year, where this has continued since.

The big question everyone is waiting on is what the impact of the Brexit talks will be. How will banks react to having to operate under equivalence rules and no longer having FS passports? What will this mean for Jobs in London? Time will tell.

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