The War for Talent: Emerging Technologies Create New Needs

Financial firms battle it out in a finite pool of talent, for the best and brightest fintech minds.


The financial industry has always been competitive by nature—some may even say Darwinian—in its thirst for the very best and the brightest. Typically, the compensation on offer has been sufficiently grand to attract and keep them, too.

But given recent shifts in the marketplace landscape, regulation is now dictating agendas and emerging technologies—such as artificial intelligence (AI), distributed-ledger technology (DLT), cloud computing and the issue of big data—are dominating the

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