Employers engage with top tech talent at

eFinancialCareers virtual event

As financial institutions push ahead with digital transformation plans, requiring them to invest more in 
technology, they are also facing a chronic shortage of tech candidates that threatens to stifle their ambitions. 
Employers in the finance sector are competing for tech talent not just with each other, but also with big tech firms, fintech startups, and companies across a range of other sectors. 

To help employers in the EMEA region stay ahead of the game in this challenging job market, eFinancialCareers held a Virtual Career Event on June 8, EMEA Tech Professionals, that provided recruiters with unique access to hundreds of tech professionals at the pre-application stage. 

Recruitment representatives of leading companies in the financial services sector were able to chat online with professionals across a variety of sought-after functions – from cyber security to data science – and bring them forward for interviewing, pipelining, or screening. 




Candidates registered



1-to-1 live chats between recruiters and candidates



Leading tech companies


Strong candidate pipelines



Wide range of experience levels



Broad technology

skill sets



Top 10 sought-after job functions

Following the success of EMEA Tech Professionals, eFinancialCareers is running further Virtual Career Events in the UK, Europe and globally, allowing recruiters to engage with skilled tech and finance professionals who are actively looking for their next career move. 


If you are still looking for a job, make sure to view our latest opportunities in financial services here

Recruiters attending 

Women in Technology Panel Session

Amid a fierce war for talent in technology, employers are trying to make their workforces more diverse – including by hiring more women – in order to combat skills shortages, inject new ideas into their businesses, and better reflect their customer bases.


Learn more from watching eFC's panel session with two leading female technologists from Bloomberg – Christine Flounders and Rosalynd Bussey – who described how they got to the top and how Bloomberg supports women in tech. 



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