Banking jobs snapshot for week beginning 15 March
In the week of 15 March to 21 March, JPMorgan Chase, Citi and Banco Nacional de Mexico are the most active recruiters as measured by new job postings, according to the GlobalData jobs analytics tool.
Specifically, Chase, Citi and Banco Nacional de Mexico each post over 1,700 new roles for the week of 15 March.
Wells Fargo (1,014 new roles) is the only other bank to post new roles in excess of 1,000.
Around the world, 49 retail banks each post new roles in excess of 100 for the week to 21 March.
In the US, other notable hirers include Citizens Bank (358), US Bank (334), Bank of America (323) and PNC (303). Also hiring are Capital One (185), Truist (137), Keycorp (136) and Fifth Third (114).
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Banking weekly jobs snapshot: Canada, European highlights
In Canada, Scotiabank is the most active hirer (398) ahead of Royal Bank of Canada (236), Toronto Dominion (201) Bank of Montreal (186) and CIBC (184).
Of the UK-headquartered banks, HSBC posts 602 new roles ahead of Standard Chartered (404) and Barclays (286).
In Europe, KBC leads the way with 577 new roles posted ahead of BNP Paribas with 534. The Polish arm of Santander ranks next with 405 new roles ahead of Société Générale (171) and ING (114).
On other markets, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank posts 154 new roles and RHB Bank in Malaysia 137 ahead of DBS with 95. Australian banks are also active with Westpac listing 137 new roles ahead, CBA (116), NAB (81) and ANZ (72).
Banking weekly jobs snapshot: notable new hires
Notable new hires include AIM listed PCF Bank appointing Caroline Richardson as Group Chief Financial Officer. Richardson has significant experience as a finance director, most recently as Chief Financial Officer and Board Member at White Oak UK.
Meantime, board changes at Saxo Bank include Kari Stadigh, former Group CEO and President of Sampo plc., becoming the new Chairman of the Board. Kari Stadigh replaces Daniel Donghui Li, who will continue as a regular member of the Board. Notable fintech appointments include the appointment of Russell Anderson, joining Canada-headquartered JUDI.AI as Chief Credit Scientist. He will drive the data science strategy behind JUDI.AI’s proprietary credit risk models and banking analytics.