Global Markets

Huxley’s Global Markets team is proud to work with a wide range of market-leading banking and finance companies for jobs across front, middle, and back office. Our consultants are located in leading financial hubs across the globe and provide a wealth of industry knowledge and a tailored service that helps advance your career.

On a permanent, contract, interim and retained basis, our consultants understand local market trends and work on a global scale to deliver a career move that’s right for you. Our teams work across a range of jobs in the Global Markets practice including, Commodities, Corporate and Wholesale Banking, Credit and Risk Management, Mergers and Acquisitions, Private Banking, Quantitative Analysis, Regulation, Audit, Compliance and more.

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Senior FP Advisor
Salary: competitive
Location: Glasgow, Singapore
Job Type: Permanent
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Front Office Business Analyst/ Project Manager - VP
Salary: Benefits
Location: London, United Kingdom
Job Type: Permanent
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Python Developer
Salary: £550 - £650 per day +
Location: London, London, England
Job Type: Contract
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Senior Developer
Salary: £550 - £650 per day +
Location: London, London, England
Job Type: Contract
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2019 Salary Guide: Find out where you rank amongst your peers in Australia

19 Aug 2019

Our salary guide also provides an overview of key market trends in addition to the skills that would be the most sought after over 2019 through to 2020. Find out where you rank amongst your peers in Australia.

Fintech trends in APAC and the relevant skills that you need to know

19 Aug 2019

The EY Global Fintech Adoption Index 2019 has identified that 58% of digitally-active Australians are using fintech products and services – a 37% increase from 2017. In spite of this considerable increase, Australia still lags behind the global consumer adoption average of 64%.

To what extent can targeted cyber threats impact on individuals and businesses?

19 Aug 2019

In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), cyber espionage ranks high as an area of concern – especially for large organisations that are state-owned. Key examples are Shamoon and Greenbug – two notorious cyber-attacks that hit Saudi Arabia, stealing organisations’ data, spying on their actions and sabotaging the firms’ reputation.