We asked our database of over 7000 financial crime professionals to share their salary and remuneration data so we could put together a comprehensive report on salary bandings and recruitment trends in the financial crime and fraud space.
The responses spanned a wide range of industries, business areas, and seniority levels, including analysts, officers, advisors, managers, heads of and directors across AML, CDD, sanctions, transaction monitoring, banking, asset management, insurance, payment solutions, and more.
The final report explores insights pulled from the data, such as the industries with the most/least professionals satisfied with their current remuneration, the true levels of hybrid and flexible working in the financial crime industry, and hiring trends from the past 12 months.
Our Financial Crime & Fraud recruitment experts, Andy Hodson and Pritesh Chudasama, also share their commentary on current market conditions, the challenges of recruiting financial crime and fraud roles right now, and advice for businesses who are struggling to attract and retain talent.
The final pages lay out salary tables for each financial crime business area, from ABC and AML to sanctions and transaction monitoring, breaking down salary bandings by role level.