Island financial services company offers welcome jobs with recruitment boom during lockdown.
Capital International has announced that it is seeking to fill more than 10 Isle of Man-based positions.
Group CEO Greg Ellison explained the reasons for the recruitment drive.
He said: “It may seem unusual to recruit new pandemic-stricken positions, but the group has performed well over the past nine months, and 2021 is a very exciting time for our business.
“It took four years, but now we are about to open the virtual doors to our brand new digital corporate banking proposition: CIB Limited.
“With this extension of our offer, a multitude of positions have become available, requiring a wide range of skills and experience.
“We are looking for developers to support the continuous improvements and updates to our banking platform.
“Those looking for a front office position might be interested in our business development role or become a Customer Engagement Analyst who will be responsible for acting as subject matter experts to support our customers on our banking system. .
‘It doesn’t end there.
“We currently have 10 vacancies posted on our website.
“From IT support engineer to product manager and administrator roles within our investment activity, we are looking for people who want to join and share our core values of innovation, integrity and leadership. ‘Excellency. “
In 2016, the Isle of Man introduced Alternative Banking Regime (ABR) following consultation and collaboration with industry, to broaden the scope of new banking opportunities, bringing benefits to sectors who need banking facilities.
A spokesperson said that Capital International Group, based at Circular Road in Douglas, was founded in 1996 “with the aim of bringing technology and service excellence to the stock exchange and investment industries. of the Isle of Man.
Today the company provides investment, platform and treasury management services to clients around the world, has four offices in the Isle of Man and South Africa, employs over 160 people and has approximately $ 4.5 billion in assets under administration.