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I have 6 years of experience in software testing on investment banking related applications and currently working in India

I heard that at present there are very good opportunities for peple who worked Ivestment Banking in SINGAPORE.

can someone provide a list of genune consultants names who are registered in Singapore and provide recruitment services to prospective employers.

Moreover please let me know the procedure and whom to approach to get work permit and start searching jobs in Singapore myself?

Thanks in advance.

 
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Hi Kumar,

Did you searched in Google for consultants list?? You can also check in sites like jobsdb.com.sg etc for jobs related info.
In Singapore,the company which recruits you will apply for an employment pass(EP) to work there.
Regarding the procedure, please check in http://www.ica.gov.sg/index.aspx for further information.


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