If you want to give your career a more international profile, we advise you to look at vacancies in Switzerland: the country is a cosmopolitan financial services hub that offers many opportunities.
As a professional in the banking and financial services sector, working in Switzerland will be a challenging and rewarding stage on your career path.
Strong demand for risk and compliance specialists
In recent months, we’ve also seen the financial services market diversify to include more global and capital markets business, while the traditional private banking and asset management services industries remain as core sectors. The broadening of the financial services industry fuels candidate demand while recent business mergers within private banking are also increasing the need for financial services professionals.
Demand for experts (local or from abroad) is mostly targeted at experienced professionals for mid-management positions as well as professionals with specialised technical expertise.
A cosmopolitan centre
Switzerland is a leading financial services hub with international character. Professionals from other countries make up about a fourth of the sector’s workforce. Geneva and Zurich, in particular, are very vibrant in terms of the number of nationalities working there, with both cities very cosmopolitan, and where English isthe common business language.
Looking at your mid and long term career prospects, Switzerland remains one of the world’s most prestigious financial services hubs. As a professional in the banking and financial services sector, working in Switzerland will be a challenging and rewarding stage on your career path.
Have a look at our vacancies or get in touch with our consultants if you have further questions.