Data management appointments double as solvency II looms
By Mark Dexter
13th December 2010

How things can change in 12 months. As the insurance industry prepares for next year's Solvency Two initiative, information management contractors have never been in such high demand. We've successfully placed double the number of contractors in information management roles compared with quarter four of last year.

In contrast to the majority of business sectors, we're seeing a constant need for new talent and specialist experience. And we're matching challenging new roles with compatible professionals every day. Long may the buoyant demand for data specialists continue. Contractor

If you're a contractor looking for your next appointment, you'll find some of the most exciting opportunities in information management here.

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