Around the world: Tokyo banks replace techies, Operations jobs in Scotland Banks go to junior roles

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Too many techies have left Tokyo, forcing banks to get generous in bid to replace their ranks

Japan isn't immune to the dour global climate, especially with the impact of the March catastrophe still reverberating. Nevertheless, there are some bright spots in the country's financial recruitment landscape. [Japan]

It's tougher than ever to get into investment banking, but some firms are recruiting more this year

With investment banking redundancies hitting more experienced bankers, analysts increasingly pursuing other options and the sector supposedly losing its allure to graduates, it's possible to surmise that the industry faces a talent shortage in a few years. [UK]

Fancy a 20 per cent pay rise? Here is a sector where it might actually be worth moving from Hong Kong to...Tokyo

Japan isn't immune to the dour global climate, especially with the impact of the March catastrophe still reverberating. Nevertheless, there are some bright spots in the country's financial recruitment landscape. One of these is banking technology. [Hong Kong]

This is how many job cuts JPMorgan, UBS, Credit Suisse and RBS will probably need to make in the second half

Unless there's a miraculous recovery in revenues in the next few weeks, banks will almost certainly need to make more redundancies in the second half. [Belgium]

Are all these investment ops jobs heavily weighted towards juniors?

It makes for a nice positive headline - BNY Mellon, BlackRock and State Street all unveiling relatively plentiful recruitment sprees amid a generally healthy job market within investment operations. Are the majority of the roles being created fairly low-paying junior roles? Maybe so. [Scotland]

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