Urjut Patel has been named as the new governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and will succeed Raghuram Rajan, whose term ends on September 4.
Frank Vang-Jensen, who was appointed in March 2015, apparently went against the Swedish bank’s decentralised model.
The second global Women in Financial Services report finds slow progress for women leaders in financial services.
Those with ambitions to attain the chief executive’s role can plot a clear path based on 10 success factors, according to recruitment specialist Robert Half UK.
A squeeze on skilled talent means it now takes an average of seven weeks to fill open permanent roles in finance in the UK according to new research from financial services recruitment firm Robert Half.
A survey of 26,000 graduates from UK universities identifies which institutions are most likely to produce tomorrow’s top executives.
While most workers would like a raise, there is markedly less enthusiasm for actually pursuing pay claims.
As technology becomes increasingly sophisticated and integral to businesses, accounting professionals can expect a shift towards more strategic and analytical roles, says Randstad Singapore.
UK employers anticipate a ‘significant’ skills gap as baby boomers retire over the next two to five years and are already taking steps to offset the impact that this will have on business.
A career in finance and accounting is a sound choice for aspiring female chief executives (CEOs), according to research from specialist recruitment consultancy Robert Half UK.