Banking and Finance Graduate Reviews

All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Banking and Finance employees.

8
Date Added: 24th March 2017 by Anonymous
"Lots of responsibility from the beginning. Great work life balance.Lots of acronyms that take a couple of months to get used to."Read more
Job Title::
Associate
Team:
Business and Technology Solutions
6.4
Date Added: 23rd March 2017 by Anonymous
"Scale of projects that I work on.Underutilisation."Read more
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7.6
Date Added: 21st March 2017 by Anonymous
"Great level of responsibility from the get go.Sometimes crazy hours and high levels of stress. "Read more
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Job Title::
Customer Support and Operations Champion
Team:
Customer Support and Operations
9.2
Date Added: 21st March 2017 by Anonymous
"The culture.The commute."Read more
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Job Title::
Customer Champion
Team:
Customer Support
7.6
Date Added: 13th March 2017 by Anonymous
"Good scope for travel, lots of autonomy and responsibility.The way you are goaled often doesn't necessarily fit best with what you should be prioritising your time around to make your life easier."Read more
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Job Title::
Consultant
8.8
Date Added: 13th March 2017 by Anonymous
"Interesting and varied workload.Bureaucratic."Read more
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9.2
Date Added: 10th March 2017 by Anonymous
Employer:
Career Sector: Banking and Finance
Job Title::
Senior Consultant
Team:
Investment Management
8.4
Date Added: 09th March 2017 by Anonymous
"Lots of opportunity to get stuck into work straight away and to be given a task of my own to complete. The level of technical knowledge needed to do a good job of a task can be extensive, and what can be a 20 minute task for someone else, can take much longer for me. This is mainly only a problem if my workload is extensive and deadlines are short - normally, though it just means I get up to speed in the job quicker."Read more
Employer:
Career Sector: Banking and Finance
7.6
Date Added: 09th March 2017 by Anonymous
"Very interesting work, scope to develop your technical skills (econometrics, data analysis and visualisation, modelling, etc.), ability to impact policy and see the process, helpful and highly intelligent colleagues, onsite gym and subsidised canteen, good pension, good opportunities to take external courses, pretty good hours most of the time and lots of flexibility (ability to work from home). Lower base pay and pay progression is slower than comparable graduate roles, takes longer to gain responsibility than some other jobs. Work..."Read more
Employer:
Career Sector: Banking and Finance
Career: Economics
Job Title::
Analyst
7
Date Added: 09th March 2017 by Anonymous
"Great people, interesting clients, good work/life balance, travel opportunities, learning opportunities (CFA).Career progression isn't clear, don't expand enough varies learning development/opportunities, salary (doesn't progress as good as competitors) and transparency regarding salary."Read more
Employer:
Career Sector: Banking and Finance
Job Title::
Consultant
Team:
Business: Investment Banking