UK FX Recruiting Focuses On Sales As Banks Continue Trading Cuts

BANKS

Recruiting in the London FX market is slowly picking up after a lull during the summer period, say headhunters and managers interviewed by FX Week. But recruiters agree that 1996 has not been a good year for recruitment, as many banks continue to downsize their FX operations in the City.

"It has not been a particularly bright period for recruitment in the FX market," says Steve Cartright, director at Gordon Brown Associates, an executive recruitment agency in London. "Since July, there has

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