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Hong Kong’s Best Banking and Financial Services Recruiters

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Banking and financial services is one of the pillar industries of Hong Kong with a strong demand for talent. Technology is revolutionising the banking industry and in order to thrive in the future, today’s banks have to evolve their workforce to bring in tech-savvy talent.

The war for talent is fierce and that is why Hong Kong’s banks and financial institutions turn to the best when recruiting in an extremely competitive environment. Winners and finalists of the Best Recruitment Firm – Banking and Financial Services category are the firms who have a strong talent network required to help organisations in the industry sources the best candidates.

At the HR Vendors of the Year awards in 2017, Morgan McKinley was awarded gold in the Best Recruitment Firm– Banking and Financial Services category in Hong Kong. The silver award went to  Oliver James Associates and Robert Half took home the bronze award.

The HR Vendors of the Year awards, organised by Human Resources, is a long-running annual report that recognises the best solution providers in Asia – Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia.

In the 12th edition of the research, all winners were ranked based on a two-tier selection process – an online survey amongst a selected database of HR professionals, followed by submissions by finalists detailing their prowess for a panel of more than 50 senior HR leaders.

Best Recruitment Firm– Banking and Financial Services

Gold  Morgan McKinley
Silver  Oliver James Associates
Bronze Robert Half

Finalists (in alphabetical order):

ProMatrix & Co.

ALSO VIEW: Photos from HR Vendors of the Year 2017 awards, Hong Kong

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