Company: CEBR

Work harder, Singapore beancounters told

Work harder, Singapore beancounters told

Productivity in Singapore's manufacturing industry is falling. To help compensate nationally, Singapore's accountants - who aren't particularly productive compared to their international counterparts - cou

Financial services headcount down 30% in London…2% in Frankfurt?

Financial services headcount down 30% in London…2% in Frankfurt?

A new study suggests that Frankfurt has come through the financial crisis in far better shape than London. Since 2008 banking headcount in the German financial centre has…

Financial services jobs and pay in London are supposedly in terminal decline. Here’s how to move to Shanghai

Financial services jobs and pay in London are supposedly in terminal decline. Here’s how to move to Shanghai

We knew it was coming. Following very swiftly on from last week's suggestion that City jobs are being decimated, think tank the CEBR has issued its standard follow-up:…

“I’m an Italian entrepreneur. Here’s why I come to London to boost my business skills”

“I’m an Italian entrepreneur. Here’s why I come to London to boost my business skills”

I’m already a successful businessman, but every year I travel from Italy to London to boost my finance and leadership skills. This is why.

Late Lunchtime Links: Forty thousand City jobs to go between 2011 and 2013. Here’s where one hundred and fifty jobs are being created

Late Lunchtime Links: Forty thousand City jobs to go between 2011 and 2013. Here’s where one hundred and fifty jobs are being created

The CEBR has issued another dire pronouncement about City jobs. The graph below doesn't need much explanation: basically the think tank things took a turn for the worse…

Ten million investment banking redundancies coming soon to a market near you: the case of competitive Schadenfreude

Ten million investment banking redundancies coming soon to a market near you: the case of competitive Schadenfreude

First of all there were going to be 50,000 investment banking redundancies. Then there were going to be 75,000. Now there are going to be 100,000. We detect…