- Kelly Services and Capita Salary Guide 2019
Among the top three financial centres in the world, Singapore is the largest corporate banking centre in Asia - with over 1,200 financial institutions providing a wide array of financial services, including banking, insurance, investment banking and treasury services1.
In financial services, the government has set a target of creating 3,000 jobs each year in the financial services sector such as in banks and fund management companies, with an additional 1,000 jobs per year coming from the prospering financial technology (FinTech) sector up to 20202.
Singapore’s FinTech industry has risen to become the third business FinTech market in the region. Within the thriving FinTech ecosystem, job seekers can keep a lookout for potential openings in tech start-ups, banks and established financial institutions3.
New jobs are created as new technologies are initiated in the Banking & Finance sector. Professionals must upgrade their skills to prepare themselves for jobs of the future.
Join the Banking & Finance sector and equip yourself with a Double Major Degree in Banking and Finance to gain a competitive advantage.
Polytechnic Diploma holders receive exemptions and gain direct entry to Year 2 of the Degree4. You can complete your Degree in 16 months instead of 28 months5. You can look forward to starting your careers and earning sooner, possibly even one year earlier. You also have the flexibility to plan your schedule and study at your own pace even while you are working.
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Associate member of Finance Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA)
Associate membership is available to anyone holding a degree, or, equivalent, and has three years of work experience within the financial services industry.
CorPa Asia Advisory Pte Ltd
Senior Loan Ambassador
Anti-money Laundering Team
United Overseas Bank
The word “Finance” might make you think of polished suits, briefcases, and skyscrapers, but practically every organisation relies on Finance in some way.
Financial technology (Fintech) is now more than a buzzword; the exponential growth in the industry is not showing any signs of a slowdown. In Asia, Singapore is one of the hottest Fintech hubs, with investment more than tripling to US$61.5 million (S$83.3 million).