According to a survey of investment bankers, Singapore is likely to create the most jobs in financial services during the next 12 month period, compared to any other city, leaving London and New York behind.
The survey showed Singapore is expected to add close to 37 percent more jobs, whereas London might create 22 percent more jobs, just ahead of Shanghai and Hong Kong, while one percent in New York.
?Singapore has rapidly established itself as the destination of choice for City firms looking to expand their business in Asia,? said Mark Cameron, Chief Operating Officer of Astbury Marsden.
The survey showed 19 percent of respondents expected the most jobs to be created in Shanghai, 17 percent said Hong Kong and 4 percent nominated the United Arab Emirates.