Analysing vacancy trends in the Investment Banking sector in London
New Vacancies for Front & Middle Office in Investment Banks in London•    Last few months has seen a big increase in vacan...
New Vacancies in Investment Banks in London broken down by front office function   •   Corporate Finance vacancies have be...
New Vacancies in Investment Banks in London broken down by middle office function    •   There has been a gradual increase...
New Vacancies in UBS Europe compared to the Market by Division as % (Jan/Jun 2012)      •   For the first half of the year...
New Vacancies in UBS Europe compared to the Market by Division as % (Jul/Dec 2012)      •   Post July UBS had a noticeable...
About this report:•   All charts were generated using Vacancysoft Analytics , an additional tool for subscribers to effect...
Contact Us:•   James Chaplin•   Vicarage House•   58-60 Kensington Church Street•   London W8 7DB•   T: 020 7193 7290
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New Vacancies in Investment Banks in London broken down by front office function

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Analysing vacancy trends in the Investment Banking sector in London

  1. 1. Analysing vacancy trends in the Investment Banking sector in London
  2. 2. New Vacancies for Front & Middle Office in Investment Banks in London• Last few months has seen a big increase in vacancies for front office roles in London.• Vacancies for middle office have been gradually increasing also.• Vacancies have been at the more junior end of the scale for front office, interestingly the emphasis has shifted to more senior people for middle office roles.
  3. 3. New Vacancies in Investment Banks in London broken down by front office function • Corporate Finance vacancies have been scarce for most of the year. • There has been a slight uplift in vacancies for traders. • Main growth in front office has been for Investment Managers.
  4. 4. New Vacancies in Investment Banks in London broken down by middle office function • There has been a gradual increase in vacancies for Risk & Compliance people over the year. • This trend has been mirrored with Accountants, with new vacancies up nearly 20% in the past three months. • Banking Operations vacancies have seen a slight fall though.
  5. 5. New Vacancies in UBS Europe compared to the Market by Division as % (Jan/Jun 2012) • For the first half of the year UBS had a clear majority of vacancies for Risk & Compliance. • One other exception was in Corporate Finance with very little vacancies there. • However in all other areas UBS was close to overall market patterns.
  6. 6. New Vacancies in UBS Europe compared to the Market by Division as % (Jul/Dec 2012) • Post July UBS had a noticeable shift in recruiting strategy, with no vacancies for Corporate Finance or Trading/Broking. This is in line with their announcement of pursuing a wealth management strategy. • Also worth noting is the big shift in hiring for Accountants to introduce Financial Control, no surprise given the recent court case! • Its worth noticing that across the market the emphasis of vacancies has clearly shifted to middle office.
  7. 7. About this report:• All charts were generated using Vacancysoft Analytics , an additional tool for subscribers to effectively map market demand and highlight sector shifts.• All data has been generated using our research led methodologies.• If you are already a subscriber and would like a demonstration on how to use Vacancysoft Analytics to help you, then let us know. If you are not a subscriber and would like to find out more, contact us.• What do subscribers get? – We send daily alerts highlighting latest vacancies, all data is filtered & quality controlled to ensure relevance. – We provide a high quality job bank allowing for detailed market vacancy searching. – We enable you to create reports allowing for trend analysis using Vacancysoft Analytics , please ask for a demonstration.
  8. 8. Contact Us:• James Chaplin• Vicarage House• 58-60 Kensington Church Street• London W8 7DB• T: 020 7193 7290

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