Immigration Issues for the Financial Services Sector

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Financial services remain highly dependent on the ability to hire highly-skilled talent from across the world. With a new immigration system imminent, the future success and sustainability of the UK’s FS sector will be reliant on post-Brexit immigration rules that support and enable global competitiveness.   End of EU free movement While EU and UK […]

Global Mobility Issues for the Financial Services Sector

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In an ever more globalised marketplace, international mobility can improve FS firms’ ability to reach into fast growth markets and forge the global mindset needed by today’s business leaders. In a sector battling limited availability of skills as a threat to growth prospects, the ability to move talent to where demand is greatest is a […]

Employment Law Issues for the Financial Services Sector

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Global markets, high pay, increasing regulation, more aggressive enforcement, media and political scrutiny and mobile talent characterise the financial services sector. These factors raise particular employment law issues.   Senior Managers & Certification Regime  The Financial Conduct Authority has introduced new rules to ensure that individuals in the financial services sector are held to account for […]

HR Issues for the Financial Services Sector

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The world of financial services is on the cusp of the next wave of disruption. As the need for digitisation takes hold across the sector, financial organisations are working hard to update legacy systems and improve operating effectiveness and customer experience. Not only will financial organisations need to employ significantly more technology expertise over the […]