Banking and Finance

Our Banking and Finance sector is recognised as a leading recruitment partner to the industry. We work with some of the world’s best known banks, insurance companies, fund managers, brokerage firms, accountancy and consulting firms, and financial institutions. We’re proud of the strong relationships and established trust we’ve built with our partners for over 20 years. 
Our teams work across permanent, contract, and interim recruitment, senior and executive search, talent management consultancy and managed services. We take the time to get to know you and your needs, offering support, from payroll and compliance, interview preparation, to visa provision support and quick response processes. Our approach ensures alignment with the experiential, technical, and cultural fit of both the job and for the organisation. 

Asset Management

Consumer Finance

Finance and Operations

Global Markets

Insurance

Banking IT

Corporate & Wholesale Banking

Treasury & Global Markets

Fintech

Risk, Audit & Compliance

Support & Shared Services (HR, Legal & Finance)

M & A

Business Strategy and Analysis
Salary: competitive
Location: Tokyo 23 wards, Japan
Job Type: Permanent
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Associate Accounting Specialist
Salary: competitive
Location: Tokyo 23 wards, Japan
Job Type: Permanent
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Staff Accountant
Salary: competitive
Location: Tokyo 23 wards, Japan
Job Type: Permanent
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Buy-Side Research Analyst.
Salary: ¥12000000 - ¥16000000 per annum + annual bonus
Location: Japan
Job Type: Permanent
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