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2 in 5 Hong Kong finance professionals open to new career opportunities in the next 12 months

35% plan to switch organisations but stay in the same role.

About 2 in 5 accountancy and finance professionals in Hong Kong are open to new career opportunities in the next 12 months, Hays reported.

On the flip side, 36% plan to stay in the same role and organisation whilst 35% plan to change organisation but stay in the same role.

In addition, 31% plan to be promoted or find a new role within their current organisation.

The report also revealed the top 10 most in-demand accountancy and finance roles in Hong Kong SAR which includes Finance Transformation Lead/Chief Financial Officer, Asia Pacific Auditor, Tax Manager/Director, Treasury Manager/Director, and Internal Audit Manager/Director.

Followed by Credit Controller, Accounts Payable Manager, Financial Controller, Commercial Manager, and Corporate Finance Manager/Director.

Hays surveyed 8,525 skilled professionals and 3,089 employers throughout Asia from September to November 2023.

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