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Our recruitment and selection process is just as much an opportunity for you to find out about us as it is for us to assess you. There are a number of stages, each of which will give you the chance to learn more about us.The scope of opportunities at Parker Fitzgerald means there are a number of different methods we use to make sure the process is fair and thorough. Your recruitment contact at Parker Fitzgerald will describe the exact process for the role you have applied for. RECRUITMENT AGENCIES We recognise the valued service provided by recruitment agencies and as such have a Preferred Supplier List, with whom terms of business have been agreed. Only suppliers who have signed up to these terms can place candidates with Parker Fitzgerald and will receive instruction directly from us to do so.
We are therefore unable to consider speculative CV's or proposals from any other third party and any speculative CV's or proposals being sent into the business will be treated as gifts.As such, Parker Fitzgerald reserves the right to contact directly any candidates who have been speculatively submitted by a third party and shall therefore not be liable for any fees whatsoever should it choose to engage the candidate’s services. Submission of any unsolicited CV's and proposals to us will be deemed evidence of full and unlimited acceptance of these terms and agreement that these terms are the totality of any commercial or contractual relationship whatsoever in respect of the candidate(s) whose unsolicited CV's were sent.
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04-05-2017 | GLOBAL OPERATIONS
04-05-2017 | GLOBAL OPERATIONS
Is the era of financial regulatory coordination coming to an end?
Since the global financial crisis there has been a strong mandate for international consistency and cross-border solutions on financial oversight. But, as the Basel Committee indicates in its latest strategic priorities, this concerted, global effort is taking a pause for thought - this at a time when regulators in the US and the EU review their own agendas. Does this indicate the beginning of an end to the globalised approach to financial regulation? What are the fissures emerging in the global regulatory architecture? Dr Colin Lawrence explores sources and implications of regulatory divergence in Parker Fitzgerald’s latest point of view.
31-03-2017 | GLOBAL OPERATIONS
31-03-2017 | GLOBAL OPERATIONS
Why the City has more to fear from global risk than Brexit
London will remain the major financial centre of Europe, even with the UK's decision to leave the EU. Much of the City’s appeal is Brexit-proof: the skills, knowledge, language, lifestyle and deep-rooted infrastructure spanning legal, consulting and technology. These cannot be easily replicated across the EU. Of course, there are niche financial centres across Western Europe, whether it be Dublin, Luxembourg, Geneva or Zurich. These may gain business in coming years but we expect London to thrive too.
23-03-2017 | GLOBAL OPERATIONS
23-03-2017 | GLOBAL OPERATIONS
New Global Risk Contours For The City
Despite the seismic changes in the geopolitical environment in 2016, the global economic outlook turned out to be rosier than expected since mid‑2016. The growth of nominal GDP – growth plus inflation – is now higher across major developed economies. We are seeing signs of reflation, with stronger economic growth and rising inflation across a host of countries. Labour market conditions are also strengthening, as employment has risen significantly in recent years across the major economies. Prospects across emerging economies, led by China, have improved too.
07-03-2017 | ADVISORY SERVICES
07-03-2017 | ADVISORY SERVICES
Parker Fitzgerald appoints Pritesh Patel as Partner, Global Assurance
Parker Fitzgerald (‘PFG’), a strategic advisor and consulting partner to the world’s leading financial institutions today announces the expansion of its global practice team with the appointment of Pritesh Patel as Partner to head its new Global Assurance practice.