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FinTech Futures Jobs: Three exciting companies to keep an eye on for job opportunities

After what feels like a lifetime of lockdowns, restrictions and hitting pause on life, things are slowly returning to normal. And frankly, we couldn’t be happier.

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Over the course of the pandemic, countless businesses all over the world introduced hiring freezes and furlough schemes, while others had to make some tough decisions.

But there has been a shift, and we have front row seats. The world is returning to work, and this has resulted in some pretty amazing companies setting off on hiring sprees, with growth ambitions for the next few months.

And that’s what brings us here today. We wanted to shine a bit of a spotlight on three brilliant companies that are planning some serious hiring over the coming months…

Grant Thornton

Grant Thornton International is one of the world’s leading networks of independent audit, tax and advisory firms. Grant Thornton has revenues of $1.92 billion and operates more than 50 offices.

They’re not the professional services firm you think you know. They believe business should be more personal and that the strongest results start with trust. They are different. And that’s a good thing. Forget what you expect from a career in professional services.

At Grant Thornton, they aren’t afraid to do things differently. Their bold approach, agile teams and inclusive culture gives you the opportunities and support to help you succeed – and make a career more.

Grant Thornton is planning a serious hiring spree over the next couple of months, so keep an eye on their career page for some exciting opportunities!

Deloitte

Deloitte is a leading global provider of audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax and related services. With more than 150 years of hard work and commitment to making a real difference, their organisation has grown in scale and diversity—approximately 286,000 people in 150 countries and territories, providing these services—yet their shared culture remains the same. Their organisation serves four out of five Fortune Global 500 companies.

Deloitte drives progress. Their firms around the world help clients become leaders wherever they choose to compete. Deloitte invests in outstanding people of diverse talents and backgrounds and empowers them to achieve more than they could elsewhere. Keep an eye on their jobs – you won’t want to miss an opportunity to join Deloitte.

BNY Mellon

With global scale, deep knowledge and advanced technology, BNY Mellon has a view into $35.2 trillion of assets and one of the largest data sets in the financial world, giving them a truly unique perspective. Their global team embodies the diversity and potential of today’s world. Their dynamic and inclusive environment offers employees opportunities to lead, learn, volunteer, grow and build fulfilling careers.

BNY Mellon is creating a positive impact on their clients, employees and people around the world. They are using their resources and expertise to create positive social impact. Their innovative spirit continues to drive change, helping them to transform the global financial markets. Their teams collaborate and operate around the world. Career development is supported in many ways, from a comprehensive on-boarding programme through to on-the-job training, mentoring and direct access and visibility to the senior leadership team, as well as the opportunity to obtain professional qualifications.

Fancy joining the ranks at BNY Mellon? Check out the openings now!

If you are on the lookout for an exciting new job, then check out the FinTech Futures Jobs portal, where you may just find your dream role.

Looking to post your vacancy on the FinTech Futures Jobs portal to attract the best candidates in the industry? Click here for find out how to make this happen.

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