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Our latest Bonus Expectations Survey is now available – this was carried out in November with over 500 professionals working across financial services in London, giving us real insight into their thoughts on bonuses and compensation. Compared to last year’s survey we can see a definite faltering in confidence with only 60% this year
London has come top alongside New York City in the Global Financial Centres Index published by Z/Yen last week. What’s more, Morgan McKinley is located in four of the top 10 global financial centres identified in this latest report, with operations in London, Paris, Singapore and Hong Kong. In addition Morgan McKinley is located in Australia,
This month our London Employment Monitor highlights that jobs in the City fell by 19% from August 12 to September 12 – a larger drop than usual at this time of year. With this following a rise of 5%, it illustrates that hiring levels are still very unpredictable in financial services, but with a fall of 43% on September last year, it’s clear
Of the entire financial catastrophe that the collapse of Lehman Brothers inflicted on international markets, perhaps the most significant was that it came close to destroying confidence, and one reason the lethargic economy persists is that investors and employers alike still haven’t got it back. Much of the continued strain, as measured in
Morgan McKinley has today released two 2012 Salary Surveys for the accounting, finance & business support market and the financial services sector including insight from professionals working in these areas as well as comprehensive salary data for 2012.
Asset ManagementPermanentAsset management accounting recruitment showed some positive signs in the early part of 2011, but continued to be a challenging market in H2.Strong regulatory and control environments continue to be a theme for large and small asset managers alike, but basic salaries have remained relatively static and will remain so