The Disrupted Career - FinTech, Innovation and the Future of Careers in Investment Management Report
By Luuk JacobsThe Disrupted Career
Welcome To The AlgoMe Report On FinTech, Innovation And The Future Of Careers In Investment Management
This report aims to address key questions that are important to everyone working in or looking to join the Investment Management Industry.
How significant will the impact of FinTech be on career paths? How likely is my current role to be affected? Where are the opportunities in this disruption? How can I best position myself for future success?
We asked a panel of Investment Industry professionals their views.
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By Rob CarterBrexit, MiFID II, GDPR, Gender Pay Gap and Diversity are the themes we consider top of mind currently which is why we’ve created the Summer 2018 AlgoMe Industry Pulse Report.
We wanted to get under the skin of some of these key events and burning issues for 2018. In doing so, we revealed some very interesting results and statistics.
Given a choice of 7 cities, Dublin, Paris and Amsterdam are the top three choices for Asset Managers, Fintech and Financial Services employees to relocate to following Brexit. While 54% would not consider moving as a result of Brexit.
When it comes to regulation; we are not surprised to find MiFID II and GDPR will affect over 60% of the roles in the industry.
Positively, 59% believe Gender Pay Gap Reporting will improve the career progression of women.
Please read the report for the full information and do get in touch if you would like to know more about your industry workforce.
Rob Carter, CEO, AlgoMe
By Rob CarterAccording to The Investment Association there are currently 93,500 people employed in activities related either directly or indirectly to asset management - this is a significant community.
We’ve created this report as a pulse check for the asset management, fintech and wider financial services industry when it comes to working goals, ideals and motivation. The results have proved what we have been suspecting for a while - the workforce is changing and there are already fundamental gaps in expectations between employees and their employers. We’ve surveyed industry professionals and drawn on established research and reports too.
The report will support both professionals and companies by helping them to understand how to manage their roles and ambitions successfully – especially when it comes to identifying needs and weak spots.
Please do enjoy the read and feel free to share this with your colleagues and HR.
Thanks from me and the rest of the AlgoMe team.
Rob Carter, CEO AlgoMe