Financial Services Salary Guide

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Financial Services 2017 Salary Guide

The 2017 Robert Half Salary Guide offers the latest hiring trends and Japan salaries for the financial services sector.

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Financial services salary trends for the year ahead

The outlook for financial services is showing positive hiring trends, with SMEs seeking new hires to join growing businesses and niche industries such as trusts and fund administration increasing headcount. Companies are however taking a cautious approach due to strong competition and cost efficiencies when offering a salary in Japan.

Soft skills in demand

While a great deal of technical proficiency is demanded in financial services, soft skills such as communication and stakeholder management remain integral for candidates to remain competitive and in-demand by organisations in Japan.

Technical skills are critical

Companies are looking for candidates with strong compliance skills to mitigate the rising costs that are a result of strict regulations. Candidates who can also demonstrate business partnering and regulatory knowledge will find themselves in high demand.

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What's impacting your industry in 2017?

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Finance and accounting

Finance and accounting

Japan is facing a key skills shortage within finance, urging companies to proactively upskill existing staff or search for professionals with the necessary proficiencies. With 89% of CEOs concerned about the availability of key skills to meet business threats to their organisations' growth prospects, finding top talent will become a hiring trend to look out for. Learn more in the Finance and Accounting Salary Guide.



The hiring climate for technology is positive in Japan, with companies seeking candidates not just for replacement hires, but for additional roles. As the industry becomes more customer-centric, and concern over cyber-security rises, demand for specialist IT skillsets is growing. Find out more in the Technology Salary Guide.