The financial services in London have not taken a big hit due to Brexit, according to Financial Times research.
The district’s international banks have kept most of their staff, and prominent asset managers are continuing to hire in the City. The initial predictions were that thousands of UK jobs would leave London as a result of the Brexit vote in 2016.
But a recent survey shows out of the 24 large international banks and asset managers, the majority didn’t lose but increased their staff over the past five years. If you are willing to relocate for the perfect job opportunity, contact Jobs Across the World. Submit your resume and you will be matched with a job that matches your profile.
Employing about 65,000 workers, twelve banks with headquarters based abroad have only seen a slight decline in employees from group-wide restructurings. Nine of the globe’s largest asset managers have increased hiring since the vote, with their total employee count rising to over 10,000 employees. A chief executive of Societe Generale said there was a shift, but the magnitude has been very moderate.
His bank relocated 300 people to Paris from London. BNP Paribas, also from France and Japan’s MUFG, both increased their employee numbers. Goldman Sachs increased their staff by close to 900 by the end of 2015 and recently added an additional 500 positions. There are opportunities all around the world for you. Submit your resume to Jobs Across the World and their team of experts will help match you with the perfect position for your skillset.