Banking jobs snapshot for week beginning 28 March

In the week of 28 March to 3 April, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo are the most active recruiters as measured by new job postings, according to the GlobalData jobs analytics tool.

And the major US banks are responsible for over one-half of the 20,333 new bank roles with 10,829 new postings.

Citi posts 1,764 new roles, ahead of Chase (1,707) and Wells Fargo (794).

Also active among new postings are regional heavyweights US Bank (427), PNC (214) and Truist with 204.

American Express, Bank of America and Regions each post over 150 new roles.

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Around the world, 47 retail banks each post new roles in excess of 100 for the week to 3 April.

Banking weekly jobs snapshot: Canada, European highlights

In Canada, Scotiabank is again the most active hirer (411) ahead of Bank of Montreal (231). RBC follows with 198 ahead of Desjardins (195), TD (171) and CIBC (141).

Royal Bank of Canada (236), Toronto Dominion (201), Bank of Montreal (186), and CIBC (184).

Of the UK-headquartered banks, only HSBC and Standard Chartered stand out with 584 and 419 new roles, respectively.

Barclays ranks a distant third with 126 new jobs posted.

In Europe, KBC leads the way with 597 new roles posted ahead of BNP Paribas with 433. The Polish arm of Santander ranks next with 377 new roles ahead of Polish rival PKO (366).

Swiss rivals UBS and Credit Suisse are also active, with 215 and 172 respectively.

In other markets, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank posts 212 new roles, ahead of Hong Leong (129). In Australia, CBA and NAB list over 100 new roles each.

New hires are less notable in other Asian markets with only MUFG (93) and DBS (69) listing over 50 new roles.

Banking weekly jobs snapshot: notable new hires

Notable new appointments include Volt. It has appointed Gabriel de Montessus, group president of FIS, as a non-executive director. He will advise Volt’s leadership team as the firm expands its proposition internationally.

Meantime, Recognise Bank, the UK’s newest SME Bank is appointing Damian Trussler as Head of Savings and Payments.

Cashflows, the platform that makes it easy for merchants to accept payments, has announced three new hires to its leadership team, namely Francesco Tirelli, Chief Customer Officer, Graham Hiom, Head of New Business, and Stephen Fowler, Head of Account Management. And Danish fintech scale-up Cardlay appoints former president of Mastercard Europe, Javier Perez, to the board.

Cardlay has also secured €8m million in funding from Javier Perez’ Global PayTech Ventures.

TPAY MOBILE, the full-service digital payments platform for the Middle East, Africa, and Turkey appoints Işık Uman Vice President of Global Partnerships, Turkey and SSA, and Onur Ergüney becomes Vice President of Gaming & sports.

Finally, PCI Pal – the global cloud provider of secure payment solutions – appoints Mufti Monim as Chief Technology Officer.