Our Banking & IFS team have a deep understanding of each niche we operate in and we pride ourselves in providing the strongest range of jobs for career orientated individuals.
Having undergone retrenchment during the downturn the majority of the established Irish Banks along with the recent entrants are recruiting across a range of levels. We have a range of requirements for candidates with QFA backgrounds for a variety of Sales and Relationship Management roles along with Credit/Risk, Regulatory, Compliance positions.
Funds and Asset Management
The broader Funds arena has been one of the leading Financial sectors in terms of jobs growth in the past five years. With employment figures expected to continue to grow, there has been continuous demand from our clients with candidates ranging from Associate & Analyst right through to Director level. We would be delighted to offer a strong market overview to candidates with a background in Fund Accounting, Transfer Agency, Shareholder Services, Financial Reporting and Trustee Supervision.
Risk and Compliance (including AML)
The International Banking sector has faced increased regulation in the last number of years and this trend looks set to continue. Each of our clients in the Risk arena have a suggested a high demand for candidates with a strong background in Maths, Stats, C++, SAS for a range of Risk related roles.
There has been significant growth across the Anti-money laundering arena with a high demand for candidates with exposure to KYC. We have established relationships with Global Banks with requirements across all levels.
FinTech (including Payments)
In its broadest terms, FinTech is innovation across local and International Financial Services through technology through the developments of new products and services. We work with a range of established organisations as well as start-up organisations where there is a demand for candidates with exposure to payments technologies, global regulation, data analytics, statistical analysis and backgrounds in mathematics.