Well, Steve, to be honest, we are all in uncharted territory here at the moment. I've been in these parts since '82 and this is the 5th recession that I've weathered and by far the worst.
Now, having got that off my chest, the Financial Sector is not my strong suite so I really don't have any hard evidence, but. Based on requirements only, I would have to say a 'qualified' yes.
A P1 Employment Pass required a minimum basic salary of 7K/mo (this is, of course, a arbitrary figure as they have to place a minimum "somewhere" or everyone will be saying, 'well my salary is only 300/mo less than than, why not me? Under these guidelines you would not qualify.
P2 Employment Passes requires recognised qualifications and a minimum salary of 3,500/mo. This one, while you qualify on the income side, you don't have recognised qualifications so again, you would not qualify.
However, a Q1 pass is right up your alley as it requires a Fixed monthly salary greater than 2,500/mo - You qualify.
Recognised qualifications. Oops! No go but.......
"In lieu of recognised qualifications, we may also consider compensatory factors such as skills and years of experience (we recommend a minimum of five years relevant work experience)"
So, with the "In lieu of" factor thrown in, I would say you were a shoe-in especially as your parent company is transferring you which also makes it considerably easier.
So I can see you easily getting "At Least" a "Q" Pass, and because of a few other underlying factors, I would be willing to almost bet you would come up with a P2 pass.
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