“Too far from the food court” and nine other awful excuses for job hopping in Singapore and Hong Kong
If you’ve changed roles a tad too often of late, avoid mentioning any of these reasons to justify your job hopping to recruiters.
Despite a drive to hire more local candidates, there are still some jobs where banks in Singapore are recruiting people from abroad.
As Barclays cuts back in Asia, one of its former businesses is ramping up recruitment in the region.
DBS and OCBC have been hiring in large numbers over the past year, and not just to replace departing employees – their total headcounts are on the up.
Private bankers in Hong Kong who've taken rapid (and interesting) routes into client-facing roles.
The pool of people sitting the CFA exams in Asia is growing, but employers only care if you're one of the elite few who's actually passed all three levels.
How do your Singapore compliance salary and bonus measure up against the market average?
A surprisingly large group of young finance professionals in Singapore and Hong Kong started out not as analysts at banks but as...flight attendants.
Keen on a career change into a newly hot job function where banks in Singapore and Hong Kong are short of talent and are offering candidates 20% pay rises?
You don't need to clock up years of experience to make a big career change. These young Singapore finance professionals have already made interesting moves.