중국 금융 기업들, 경험 있는 외국 인재 모집 나서

SEEKING DIVERSITY AND EXPERTISE, RECRUITERS LOOK ABROAD
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By JIMMY WANG ⓒ 2008 New York Times News Service NEW YORK -- Mary Yu pitches hard to the recruiter sitting in front of her. "I've got experience in risk management," she explains, naming the bank where she works and watching anxiously as the recruiter scribbles on her resume. 뉴욕 – 메어리 유(Mary Yu)는 앞에 앉은 구인 담당자에게 자기소개를 열심히 하느라 정신이 없다. “나는 ‘리스크 매니지먼트’ 방면의 일에 익숙합니다”라면서 그녀는 자기가 일하고 있는 은행 이름을 대며 담당자가 자기 이력서에 메모하는 모습을 유심히 지켜본다. Yu was just one of hundreds of jobseekers who attended a recruiting event in the ballroom of the Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel in Flushing, Queens, where some of China's largest financial institutions have traveled to recruit talent from abroad. The recruiters are picking from the ranks of financial sector employees who fear what the future might bring. 유 여사는 뉴욕시 퀸즈 버러의 플러싱에 있는 셰러턴 라과디아 호텔의 무도실에서 열린 구인 행사에 참석한 구직 희망자들 수 백 명 중의 한 사람이다. 이것은 중국의 최대 규모 은행들 등이 해외에서 인재를 채용하기 위해 마련한 자리이다. 채용 담당자들은 직장의 안전성에 관해 두려움을 가지고 있는 금융 부문 직원들 중에서 인선을 하려하고 있는 것이다. "I flew all the way from Charlotte, N.C., for this event. I'm trying to create a safety net for myself," Yu said. “나는 노스 캐롤라이나 주 샬로트에서 이 행사 때문에 일부러 왔어요. 나는 일자리를 위한 안전망을 만들 필요가 있거든요”라고 그녀는 말했다. The New York event was the last of three stops made by the visiting Chinese delegation, which was made up of recruiters and representatives from more than 27 Chinese financial firms. The delegation, which held events in London and Chicago as part of its global recruiting tour, hoped to fill 170 positions by the end of its trip. 27 개가 넘는 중국의 금융계통 회사들의 구인 담당자들과 대표들로 구성된 중국 대표단은 세 번의 행사 중 마지막 행사를 뉴욕에서 거행하게 된 것이다. 런던과 시카고에서 앞서 행사를 가진 이 대표단은 이번의 글로벌하게 인재 모집에 나서면서 총 170 명을 채용할 목표를 가지고 있다. With jobs quickly disappearing from Wall Street and the boom in global finance over for the near future, China still offers opportunity, even as its own economy slows. Worldwide, thousands of financial service jobs have been erased because of the credit crisis, with London and New York suffering large losses. Chinese financial institutions are taking advantage of the downturn and focusing on the newly unemployed to diversify and upgrade their own staffs. "We're looking very hard right now for experienced, senior-level talent who have knowledge of China. For our junior-level positions, we continue to recruit from our local Chinese talent pool," said Hong Chen, the chief executive of the Hina Group, a boutique global investment bank. China's insular financial system has also kept it underdeveloped. Although employees of large Chinese financial institutions usually graduate from top Chinese universities, they lack practical market experience. Perhaps it is not surprising then that the majority of the 27 financial institutions represented at the recruiting event, including Citic, the Bank of Shanghai, the Pudong Development Bank and the Shanghai Stock Exchange, all advertised for senior risk managers with 3 years to 10 years of experience with international companies in comparable positions. More than 250 people pre-registered for the Queens event and more than 850 packed the ballroom. "Institutions here are looking for people to fill senior positions overseeing risk management, compliance and derivatives. Most importantly, they're looking for people with a global view," said Qin Wang, 32, a banker and a member of the Chinese Finance Association, which helped organize the New York event. (ⓒ 2008 The New York Times) (ⓒ 2008 www.usabriefing.net)
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