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Accounting & Finance jobs in Middle East

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  • The CBE now seeks to appoint a highly motivated academic for a full-time position as Assistant/Associate Professor in …














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  • Engage actively in promoting the growth of the Accounting program and the College of Business & Economics (CBE) at UAE University.














  • The Department of Economics and Finance at the College of Business and Economics at

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Accounting & Finance jobs in England

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  • The Department of Economics and Finance is a significant part of the College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences. The Department …






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  • To provide coaching and support to our apprentices via a range of contact methods and to liaise with their …














  • BPP University, PQ FS is recruiting for a Coach role to accommodate the demand needs within the School across our Financial …














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Accounting & Finance jobs in China

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  • UIC now invites candidates for this position which is expected to be filled in September 2020:   Professor/Associate/Assistant Professor in Financi…

  • UIC now invites candidates for this position which is expected to be filled in February 2020: Faculty Positions in Finance and Financial Services

  • BNU-HKBU United International College (UIC), located in Zhuhai, PRC and founded jointly by Beijing Normal University and Hong Kong Baptist Universi…

  • Formed in 2006, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) is a joint venture of Xi’an Jiaotong University in China and the …

  • SUSTech, officially established in April 2012, is a public institution funded by the municipal of Shenzhen, a special economic zone …

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The Finance 202: Fed, in major shift, announces it will prioritize getting people back to work

Central bankers traditionally have treated the two goals, commonly referred to as the Fed’s dual mandate, as in tension with each other, as falling unemployment was thought to drive up inflation.

Yet that relationship between employment and inflation has broken down in recent years. And going forward, Powell announced, the Fed will prioritize getting joblessness as low as possible. To do so, central bank policymakers won’t raise interest rates as soon as inflation tops the Fed’s target rate of 2 percent. Instead, the Fed “is adopting a form of average inflation targeting, which essentially means that the Fed will allow for some overshoot of the 2 percent target to balance out periods when inflation skirted below,” Rachel Siegel writes.

As Powell put it in his speech, “This change may appear subtle, but it reflects our view that a robust job market can be sustained without causing an outbreak of inflation.”

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Almost half of finance workers consider new job in wake of COVID

People stand on the upper section of Greenwich Park overlooking the Canary Wharf skyline. Photo: AP Photo/Tony Hicks
People stand on the upper section of Greenwich Park overlooking the Canary Wharf skyline. Photo: AP Photo/Tony Hicks

Almost half of all financial services workers are considering changing jobs, according to a new survey, as the COVID-19 pandemic provokes many people to rethink their lives.

A survey of over 600 financial services professionals carried out by Savanta on behalf of KPMG and the Financial Services Skills Commission found 44% were considering a career change.

Of those, 13% said they were looking to leave the finance industry altogether. 31% of those surveyed said they were planning to job hunt within the next 12 months, despite the dire state of the UK labour market.

“As we spend more time at home away from our colleagues and offices, it makes sense that many will be questioning their current roles and choices — and what the future might hold,” Karim Haji, head of financial

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Kiplinger’s Personal Finance: Best banks for retirees | Column



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TD Bank is one of the top banks for retirees.




Retirees, shopping for a new bank?

In Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine’s annual bank survey, these two ranked at the top for retirees because of their low or no minimum account balances, free checks and paper statements, and access to investment and advisory services.

Best: TD Bank

Why it won: TD has a big footprint of branches for in-person service and a strong checking account for those 60 and older.

With a reasonable balance minimum of $250, you avoid a $10 monthly fee on the 60 Plus Checking account. Standard checks, cashier’s checks, money orders and paper statements are free, and as with other TD personal checking accounts, you get a discount of 0.25 percentage point on a TD home equity or personal loan.

If you’re 62 or older, the Simple Savings account (0.05% yield) and the Growth Money Market

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UK finance jobs revival halted by coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic killed a tentative revival in the City of London jobs market, new data shows.

Recruiter Morgan McKinley said on Monday that the number of new listings for financial services jobs in London rose by 8% in the first three months of 2020 compared to the final three months of 2019.

Job listings surged 97% in January, after Boris Johnson’s decisive election victory spurred optimism about a resolution to Brexit. Listings continued to grow in February but sank 38% in March as the novel coronavirus brought the UK economy to a halt.

“Out of the frying pan and into the fire,” said Hakan Enver, managing director at Morgan McKinley UK. “We barely got to take a breath between Brexit and this new global crisis.

“London came back in the new year, with a renewed optimism, which was reflective in the general mood of employees and employers alike. Soon

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Accounting & Finance jobs in United States

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  • The beautiful and culturally progressive State of Qatar is home to the world-class post-secondary institution,…

  • The University of Pennsylvania, the largest private employer in Philadelphia, is a world-renowned leader in education,…

  • The Data Analyst position is fully competent to perform analytical work and other operational duties in the area of building design …

  • this position will determine potential sources of funding and prospective partnerships. Evaluates feasibility …

  • The University of Chicago Booth School of Business is seeking qualified applicants for part-time adjunct faculty positions to teach …

  • The Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences is seeking a full-time Grants Manager Assistant who will provide support …

  • As a member of the Prospect Research team, the Research Analyst works on qualification reports …

  • The Research Administrator will be an

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St. Peter’s Health Partners to cut 76 finance jobs

Editor’s Note: This story was originally posted with a photo of St. Mary’s Healthcare in Amsterdam, which is not part of St. Peter’s Health Partners and is not affected by these job cuts.

ALBANY — St. Peter’s Health Partners is eliminating 76 jobs in its finance unit as a restructuring plan begun 22 months ago nears completion.

The Albany-based medical system, with 12,000 employees in more than 170 locations, has been part of national Catholic health system Trinity Health since 2013. The SPHP jobs are being eliminated so that their function can be centralized at Trinity.

SPHP said Friday in a prepared statement that the employees of its Revenue Excellence department were told of the impending changes in October 2018. It said many of the 76 employees losing their jobs will have the opportunity to transition into roles with Michigan-based Trinity, and will be able work remotely from the Capital

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Chrystia Freeland to take Canada’s top finance job



Chrystia Freeland wearing glasses: Chrystia Freeland is one of PM Justin Trudeau's most trusted ministers


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Chrystia Freeland is one of PM Justin Trudeau’s most trusted ministers

Canada’s deputy prime minister Chrystia Freeland will be taking over the role of finance minister, Canadian media report.

Bill Morneau stepped down on Monday from the top finance job amid pressure from opposition parties, after five years in the role.

Ms Freeland, 52, will become the first woman to hold the powerful portfolio in Canada.

She is one of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s most trusted ministers.

Canada is going through its worst economic crisis since the Second World War due to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

She has previously held several high-level cabinet positions, including the international trade portfolio.

As foreign minister she helped renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement – or Nafta – with the US and Mexico.

The former journalist was first elected as a member of parliament (MP) in 2013.

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