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Global executive search firm CTPartners (NYSE MKT: CTP) recently announced a series of regional financial services industry's most popular posts. CTPartners that the following areas of risk and recovery strategy to maintain strong demand for senior talent, namely: legal, compliance, risk management and wealth management.

As more companies need to comply with the provisions of Dodd-Frank Act, on the increasing demand for compliance. Since the 2008 financial crisis, risk management has been a concern; while financial services companies continue to launch spread risk and asset management of new products and the development of the relevant market in order to seek new sources of revenue, which the bank electronic payment technology is an example.

2013 following seven largest financial services vacancies sentiment remains very strong:

1 Compliance Manager

Today, stringent regulatory environment means companies need more high-level compliance team to respond to complex regulatory changes, including the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform (Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform). As for the financial infrastructure in positions such risk, financial, auditing, compliance, legal, technological and operational senior personnel, in 2013 demand will remain strong to cope with different regulatory requirements.

(2) Government and Regulatory Affairs Officer

In highly regulated industries, such as pharmaceuticals, medical devices, energy and financial services to its corporate and trade needs of the leading talents persistence to cope with complex regulatory issues. For example, for healthcare technical knowledge of the product life cycle, companies need to ensure product safety and efficacy. In addition, in order to avoid recurrence of the global economic crisis, the financial services industry within the context of regulatory and accounting practices related jobs and investment, and its demand is very strong.

3 Chief Risk Management Officer

Since the 2008 financial crisis, market volatility derived from a number of important positions. For example, companies need to Chief Risk Management Officer to be responsible for protection and management of various risks, as well as by the enterprise market, credit risk and operational risk, the relevant personnel have certain needs. Dodd-Frank and Basel III for the relevant legislation and compliance adds another important safeguard, all walks of life and thus the risk controls to admire.

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2013-06-01 15:09:02 by flaveur

Al Franken: "Obamacare" is a "job killer."

The Senate voted 79 to 20 to repeal Obamacare's medical device tax Thursday evening in a bipartisan budget amendment.
"I want to repeal the medical device tax altogether. But I am concerned that we are running out of time before this job-killing tax goes into effect. So, for now, the best thing to do to ensure that this important industry continues to create jobs and producing life-saving devices is to delay this unwise tax," said Sen

2013-07-03 07:10:16 by flaveur

Even Al Franken knows "Obamacare" kills jobs.

The Senate voted 79 to 20 to repeal Obamacare's medical device tax Thursday evening in a bipartisan budget amendment.
"I want to repeal the medical device tax altogether. But I am concerned that we are running out of time before this job-killing tax goes into effect. So, for now, the best thing to do to ensure that this important industry continues to create jobs and producing life-saving devices is to delay this unwise tax," said Sen

2013-05-28 14:51:25 by flaveur

79-20 Senate voted to repeal "Obamacare" funding

The Senate voted 79 to 20 to repeal Obamacare's medical device tax Thursday evening in a bipartisan budget amendment.
"I want to repeal the medical device tax altogether. But I am concerned that we are running out of time before this job-killing tax goes into effect. So, for now, the best thing to do to ensure that this important industry continues to create jobs and producing life-saving devices is to delay this unwise tax," said Sen

2013-05-10 09:43:46 by flaveur

79-20 Senate votes to repeal "Obamacare" funding

The Senate voted 79 to 20 to repeal Obamacare's medical device tax Thursday evening in a bipartisan budget amendment in a nonbinding resolution.
"I want to repeal the medical device tax altogether. But I am concerned that we are running out of time before this job-killing tax goes into effect. So, for now, the best thing to do to ensure that this important industry continues to create jobs and producing life-saving devices is to delay this unwise tax," said Sen

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