Our Expertise

 

Financial Services

The JM Group's first client in 1981 was a leading investment bank and they are still a client today. We provide a wide array of recruitment solutions for many of the leading financial services institutions in the retail banking, investment banking, insurance and asset management sectors. We have developed a unique understanding of the people and cultures within these sectors and have an outstanding track record of delivering talented IT, Change and Digital specialists up to the highest levels,

The JM Group provides its clients with high calibre, well prepared and thoroughly vetted candidates for permanent, contract and interim management positions. We have recruited over 700 staff for one bank alone, ranging from developers and architects through to programme managers and Global CIO's.

If you are looking to make your next career move then we can introduce you to some of the best opportunities in this competitive market and advise you throughout the process.

So whether you are a developer or digital expert looking to move into the financial services sector for the first time or an experienced senior IT or Business Change professional looking to further your career in the banking sector, JM is well placed to guide you through this career transition.

To find out more please call Simon Girven on 020 7251 7309 or email him at Simon.Girven@thejmgroup.com.

To see a list of all our current Financial Services IT Jobs please click here. Or scroll further down.

 

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