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Jobs and Skills in Fintech
May 17, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Have you ever wondered if Fintech is a big employer? Fintech is exponentially growing, with new Fintech unicorns emerging everyday creating a massive demand for talents. In 2022, Fintech creates more than 40,000 new jobs, from engineering to data science, Fintech is one of the most outstanding employers comparing with the other industries.
In the meantime, the Fintech industry is also demanding a brand new mindset, skills-set, and experience that helps overcome new challenges when people are changing their career route to Fintech or when companies recruit in that sector.
In fact, as every company starts to embrace technology to keep up with this new world. This underlines that traditional financial institutions must hire new talents and people must upskill themselves if they wish to be a part of this disruptive sector.
So, how is Fintech disrupting the jobs in Finance?
CFTE is pleased to organise an event in Singapore! As the world’s first Fintech job report, we will share the key findings in the Fintech industry, the potential job roles, and relevant employability skills needed to aid with future job creation and opportunities for governments, regulators, employers, and candidates.
The presentation will be based on the analysis of the Fintech Job Report (available on Amazon, https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fintech-Job-Report-Technology-Finance/dp/B09SNSNNR6), which was endorsed by 30 international thought leaders in Fintech.
In this session, you will:
- Learn why Fintech is not a flash in the pan anymore, but worth a third of banking
- Uncover 14 core “job families” within Fintech firms
- Pinpoint the most sought-after hard and soft skills by Fintech companies
Agenda and Topic
- Introduction by CFTE
- Part I: Fintech as an employer
- Part II: Fintech Jobs & Skills
- Part III: First results for Jobs / Skills in Crypto and Blockchain
- Huy Nguyen Trieu, Co-Founder of CFTE