Historically, Amsterdam has always played a leading part in the financial services industry. In 1602, the city was the first to introduce an open options market. Furthermore, the Dutch banks are traditionally leading in innovations such as online and mobile banking.
In the modern day and age, The Dutch finance sector is home to 200,000 employees with an additional 20,000 people working in FinTech. The large majority of these jobs are based in Amsterdam, just as most of the headquarters of major Dutch banks. Abroad the importance of Amsterdam as a FinTech capital is also recognized, with more than 50 major international banks having their office in Amsterdam.
When you join the LeadingMile team in London, you will work from our centrally-located offices near Oxford circus.
Brexit or not, London remains arguably the most important financial hub in Europe. The City of London, the historic financial district around the Square Mile, and Canary Wharf are thriving centres of banking and insurance activities. It’s also home to stock and bond trading and Forex (foreign exchange). London has a great history as a financial centre but its future is just as bright. The fintech scene is booming and London has unrivalled access to venture capital. Combined with access to talent, clients and the diversity of the ecosystem, London is a truly great place to advance your career in financial services.
Working in Belgrade means having talented and skilled colleagues. As many prominent companies are headquartered in Belgrade, the city has been able to build a reputation for high-quality services, specifically in IT and financial services. In addition, Belgrade also has a steady inflow of academic talent, further boosting its already diverse labour force. In 2021, Belgrade was home to Europe’s 5th best talent pool , which underscores its place among the continent’s most skilled workforces.
When you join the LeadingMile team in Belgrade, you will work with a team comprising seven nationalities.
As an up-and-coming city in an emerging country, Belgrade is famous for its historic centre and rivers. The Serbian capital that lies on the rivers Sava and Dunav has been going through major development and is ranked the 5th in the Quality of Life Index above other major European capitals.
No typical 9 -5 working hours. Many employers like ourselves are flexible with working hours.