Banking and Financial Services Salary Guide


The Robert Half Singapore 2016 Banking and Financial Services Salary Guide provides insights into salaries across the financial sector, the anticipated year-on-year increases and commentary on the current hiring environment.

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Sector Highlights

With new developments in FinTech and a demand for risk and compliance professionals, hiring in the banking and financial services sector is fuelled by new projects/initiatives (53%) and new market penetration (49%). However, a majority sentiment of 96% business leaders indicate challenges in finding skilled finance professionals citing a lack of macro overview of business as a troubling issue.

Banking & Financial Services

Banking remuneration trends

  • 61% of CFOs and finance leaders plan to increase salaries
  • 40% of them plan to increase bonuses

Hiring intentions

  • 52% of CTOs/CIOs are adding new permanent positions
  • 33% are maintaining or only filling vacated positions
  • 10% are freezing headcount and a low 5% are anticipating decreases
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