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13-05-2018 08:29 PM
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Quite true, this year the bank announced their results how good how good but on average most people did not get increment. I have colleagues who 2 years no increment already. So if you want to join make sure you JACK IT UP GAO GAO cos you may end up getting no increment for the next 2-3 years gg.

This year no promote = 0 increment (some luckier pple got 1-3%).
Then promote = 1-3% increment

Hear many colleagues KP, promote liao give them 1% increment, gg kenna rank up for nothing.
Interesting.... Excluding Front office, you mean staffs in cost functions across the board generally do not get yearly increments YoY? And yearly salary increments are tagged with promotion?
13-05-2018 12:06 AM
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Scb offer

Do you all know how long scb will give us a letter offer? I feel they take longer than locals
06-03-2018 06:20 AM
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hi all,

Is it true that SCB dont give salary increment at all?

I am in the midst of a package negotiation for a non-client facing associate role and was told by my friend to jack it up higher since there will be no increment. Any current or ex employee who could shed some insights? thanks
Quite true, this year the bank announced their results how good how good but on average most people did not get increment. I have colleagues who 2 years no increment already. So if you want to join make sure you JACK IT UP GAO GAO cos you may end up getting no increment for the next 2-3 years gg.

This year no promote = 0 increment (some luckier pple got 1-3%).
Then promote = 1-3% increment

Hear many colleagues KP, promote liao give them 1% increment, gg kenna rank up for nothing.
04-03-2018 06:54 PM
Unregistered hi anyone who could share some information or insights?
02-03-2018 11:15 PM
Unregistered hi all,

Is it true that SCB dont give salary increment at all?

I am in the midst of a package negotiation for a non-client facing associate role and was told by my friend to jack it up higher since there will be no increment. Any current or ex employee who could shed some insights? thanks
04-02-2018 07:05 PM
Unregistered gosh... i never knew what the band level means. And i'm there for 6 months now at band6, and has a unglamorous title of Analyst
31-01-2018 07:46 AM
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For general bands it work like this

Band 8 / M17 - Analyst

Band 9 ++ - entry level
You missed a rank. Band 8 - M16 and M17. Fresh grads generally start at M16 - analyst.
30-01-2018 12:52 PM
Unregistered For general bands it work like this

Band 1 - CEO
Band 2 - Global Heads
Band 3 - Heads / MDs
Band 4 - EDs / SVP

From here there are Band and Grades (local grade)

Band 5 / M22-23 - Directors / VPs
Band 6 / M20-21 - ADs / AVPs

Band 7 / M18-19 - Managers / Associate
Band 8 / M17 - Analyst

Band 9 ++ - entry level
30-01-2018 02:01 AM
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anybody able to shed some light on their band structure? e.g. is an M7/M8 equivalent to manager/senior analyst, salary range for each band, etc.
I have a similar question. How does their banding work. Seems reverse of IBM where higher band means more senior. SCB on the other hand seems to have lower band numbers as senior.
Also are there multiple M levels within each band? Appreciate if someone could shed some light
01-10-2017 02:59 AM
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Almost any dept within the bank's ops area will be quite mundane and boring. The areas you mentioned are maybe in the risk and control or compliance dept or internal audit (too many to list)
Is an Internal Audit a really dreadful role in banking? There's demand for it but not enough supply.
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