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Responsibility:
3.4/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.5/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.7/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.1/5
 
Company Culture:
4.1/5
 
Career Progression:
3.7/5
 
Colleagues:
4.2/5
 
Training:
3.8/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.9/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.5/5
 

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Application Advice:

International experience is highly valued as MUFG likes to hire candidates with a wide variety of backgrounds; thus show and be ready to discuss any such experiences. Familiarise yourself with MUFG values and think how your values are aligned to them.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! The AC is a fun day, no need to stress over it. Good leadership skills valued, and candidates who were ready to take initiative went far. Be ready to discuss any international and previous work experience in detail. Make sure you know what is going on in the market, e.g. macro events and recent deals, if relevant to the position you're applying for.

Analyst, DCM at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Show that you are open-minded and willing to learn through your relevant experiences.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Be approachable and social.

Analyst, Corproate Banking at MUFG
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Application Advice:

- Build up your CV
- Search for job recruiters / recruitment agencies

Interview Advice:

- Don't stress out
- Think about yourself in 5 years
- Show that you are committed
- Research about the organization

Analyst, Graduate Programme at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Research the company well beforehand - know its key products, how the bank operates, especially in EMEA as a branch of Japan. Look at the annual report to see what areas it is growing in, as it is growing as competitors contract.

Interview Advice:

The interview is an assessment of whether the bank wants you to be within its walls for potentially your whole working life. Displaying teamwork, interest and charm are far more important than detailed and specific product knowledge for an intern or graduate position.

Analyst, Non-Investment Grade Syndicate at MUFG
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Application Advice:

MUFG is more about the 'fit' than your previous knowledge of banking. As a graduate they provide high levels of technical training to make sure all grads begin on the desk at the same standard.

Analyst, Investment Banking Division at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Show an interest in the role you are applying for. For example, if applying to the trading floor, know what the major movers in markets are. What are the Fed doing? What's happening with Brexit?

Interview Advice:

Show strong teamwork skills, as well as the technical and commercial side of things. People want to hire someone who fits in with the team, regardless of whether they are extremely technically-minded. We see the people we work with every day, you want someone you know will make what we do the most enjoyable and successful it can be.

Analyst, Product Control at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Research the global nature of the company and work experience

Interview Advice:

Keep a list of work experience you complete

Analyst, Corporate & Investment Banking at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you are a little aware of the Japanese culture the firm has.
Highlight achievements that you have made outside of academia, MUFG has really expanded the degree subjects which they select from and so the 'extra' stuff is really importan

Interview Advice:

Team work is a real focu
Read up about a specific product or area that you are interested in, and take the opportunity to ask any questions that you have from research.

Analyst, Rotational at MUFG
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Interview Advice:

No technical questions in interviews. Be honest and natural as recruiters are looking for best fit.

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Interview Advice:

Phone interview:
History of the Bank
Knowledge of organisation and different divisions
Ability to articulate your drive/ passion for role/ company
Relevant experience
Competencies

Assessment centre:
Group exercise
Debate (as a team)
In-tray exercise
Interview - with representatives from HR and the business who will be assessing you the whole day

Analyst, Investment Banking Division for EMEA at MUFG
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Application Advice:

No matter what you study, you need to express your motivation for finance and why in particular you want to work at MUFG. Focus on the culture and choose a couple of products you are interested in.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for lots of competency based questions. Make sure each response proves you have all the qualities a bank would like to see such as attention to detail, hard work ethic and integrity.

Analyst, Natural Resources at MUFG
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself and truthful about your level of experience/knowledge

AVP, Operations at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Be yourself- they're not necessarily looking for someone who has huge amounts of technical knowledge, they're also very focused on 'soft skills'.

Interview Advice:

I wasn't asked any technical questions, but instead questions about scenarios. Eg. can you give an example of where you have had to make a difficult decision.

Analyst, Graduate Rotation Scheme at MUFG
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Application Advice:

In this role you really become a member of a team rather than just a resource. Being likeable is half of the game.

Interview Advice:

Don't just answer questions, make the interview a discussion. Use the interview as a learning tool, which will show not only you are interested but also that you can respond and question things under pressure.

Associate, IBD at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Offers opportunity to select preferences for rotations, so do some good research on what each team does and how successful they are.

Interview Advice:

Standard competency questions, not too many technical questions.

Associate, Graduate Programme at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Apply with an open mind.

Analyst, Rates trading at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Read the financial news daily.

Interview Advice:

How you price a swap?

Analyst, Product Control at MUFG
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Application Advice:

If you want to work with good people and have many opportunities to grow yourself, I would definitely recommend this firm.

Interview Advice:

Show your enthusiasm!

Analyst, Structured Products at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Know which particular position you want to apply for and be able to explain the reasons behind your decision.

Valuations Control Analyst, Product Control at MUFG
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Application Advice:

I would advise to be yourself, to ask lots of questions and to show enthusiasm for the role.

Interview Advice:

Research the company beforehand and attend banking and finance fairs so that you can speak to representatives of the firm to gain a valuable insight into the firm. Ask questions at the end, to your interviewers and show an interest into what they do.

Analyst, at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Get to know the company and know the basics of current market developments.

Analyst, Debt Capital Markets at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Be professional.

Interview Advice:

They want to see your atitude and personality more than your knowledge about market. Don't pretend like you know everything.

MUFG
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Application Advice:

Prepare yourself the best possible, while not forgetting that an interview is not solely focused on you technical background but also on you personality and motivation.

Front Office at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Do your research as to why MUFG is the bank you want to work for. Try to apply for the roles and departments in which the bank has a competitive advantage.

Interview Advice:

Clear motivation, passion for this industry and good soft skills.

MUFG
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Application Advice:

Be honest and make the application process personal to you.

Interview Advice:

You don't have to know everything about finance, but it's good to keep up to date with what's going on in the markets.

Analyst, Operations at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Be clear about why you are enthusiastic about the job.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and personable. So much of whether you get the job is whether they can see you working well with the team. They can teach you any knowledge you need, so don't worry if you don't know everything.

Analyst, Technology at MUFG
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Interview Advice:

Admit it when you don't know.

Analyst, at MUFG
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Application Advice:

None.

MUFG
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Application Advice:

Stand out. Highlight anything you have done that demonstrates personality, initiative and innovation.

Analyst, Capital Markets at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Make sure to check CVs and cover letters for any mistakes, it is also worth taking some time to ensure that answers to any application form questions are up to a good standard as there are a large number of competing applicants, many of whom will be very strong candidates. Whilst prior experience is not essential, one of the most important things is to show as much enthusiasm as possible to work in and learn about the financial industry.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you can talk about or back up anything on your CV, as well as demonstrate a good knowledge of any recent events in the financial markets. It is also important that you show good teamworking in any group exercises.

Analyst, Management Information at MUFG
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Interview Advice:

Consider how you can add value to the team on a day-to-day basis, while always making sure that it also helps you in your development as a sales.

Analyst, Equity at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Be familiar with what's happening in the financial markets and try to have a basic knowledge of the main products that are traded.

Interview Advice:

Don't worry about not knowing everything as they are looking for potential as well as previous knowledge. Also try to relax as they're looking for people they would enjoy working with.

Analyst, at MUFG
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Application Advice:

- Talk to people that work in financial markets
- Visit careers fairs and ask questions
- Find out what distinguishes you from other candidates and why that will help you in your career

Analyst, Credit at MUFG
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Interview Advice:

There were two interviews, one technical and one non-technical. Nothing special.

There was also a presentation, which needs to be well prepared and rehearsed.

Analyst, Corporate Technology at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Make sure you research the industry and know why you want to work for MUS over other organisations. It's a very competitve process so you want to make sure you stand out.

Interview Advice:

Do your home work, read about the different markets, know what's happening in the financial news.

Analyst, Risk at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Research the area you want to work in, talk to people who work in that field.

Interview Advice:

Treat the interview like a discussion, the interviewers are not trying to trick you and would much rather you be natural.

Be honest and direct in your answers, if you don't know the answer it is better so say so than to make something up.

Analyst, Business Strategy at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Get a grasp of the basic characteristics of clients and the products being traded, and have a view that you can logically substantiate, even if ultimately its wrong

Sales, Credit at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have really thought about why you want to work in this industry.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. The interviewers are looking for people that are interested in finance and bring something different to the table. That's what makes this bank different from other banks.

Analyst, Middle Office at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Make sure you research MUS and the different business areas

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to ask questions.

Analyst, Middle Office at MUFG
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Application Advice:

The organisation receive a lot of applications so you need to try and make yourself stand out. Make sure you are aware of what MUSI does.

Interview Advice:

Read the FT and make sure you know what's happening in the markets.

Analyst, Compliance at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Make sure you do your research and know exactly why you would like to work for Mitsubishi.

Analyst, Rotational programme at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Nowdays it's a lot about cultural fit rather than actual finance knowledge. Plus you'll end up spending most of your day with these people so there is no reason to pretend you are someone else when you are not,

Interview Advice:

Show your enthusiasm. Research the company you are applying to and be honest.

Analyst, Risk at MUFG
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Interview Advice:

Try and get across a true image of yourself; Be genuine.

Analyst, Graduate at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Company values potential more than current knowledge. I came from a mathematics background with little financial knowledge and secured a place on the internship. The bespoke training courses at start of internship/graduate scheme start from the very basics and cover a large range of topics.

Analyst, Front Office Solutions at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Be open-minded about what position you will apply for. If a position is advertised that you haven't thought about before, try to find more about it and consider applying for it. It might be just the right job for you.

Interview Advice:

There were a few brain teasers on the phone interview which you can't prepare for. Most likely you will never have heard them before, so you have to think quick and give the best answer you can. On the AC, be prepared to answer lots of competency based questions and know why exactly you want to work for MUSI.

Compliance Analyst, Compliance at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Research company well, know values of the company and what they exactly do(i.e. corporate bonds, risk management solutions), be good at basis finance concepts, be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Know how you would invest a million and manage risks.

Analyst, Internal Audit at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Be honest about your skills (they will provide you with training if there is a technology that you don't know) and show them that you would be a good fit for the company's culture.

Interview Advice:

Show that you are able to adjust and willing to learn new technologies for your new position. You don't have to know everything in advance.

Risk IT Analyst, Corporate Technology at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Do lots of research and make sure i-bank is something for you.

Interview Advice:

Read recent market news, prepare for CV related questions.

Analyst, Technology at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Keep up with the markets and practice answering technical questions before interviewing, its harder than reading a definition off a book.

Analyst, Derivatives Solutions at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Be open-minded about what position you apply for. Perhaps there's an opening for a position you haven't considered before. Find out more about it- it might be just the right job for you!

Interview Advice:

We are a Japanese bank. Try to find out what distinguishes Japanese banks from the rest.

Compliance&Audit Analyst, Compliance&Audit at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Do your research, and know the MUSI values, which is core to the business.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Graduate Analyst, at MUFG
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Application Advice:

Promote your best skills on your application and don't try to fit your skills to the role. Emphasize on your most important achievements.

Interview Advice:

A common thing to say, but be yourself. They want to see how competent you are but also what kind of person you are. They want to find out if you are going to be a good fit for the company and someone they would like to work with.

IT Analyst, Corporate Technology at MUFG
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Application Advice:

- Make sure to research what the position entails and what opportunities are available.

- Practice the online tests since they are the first cutoff point.

- Show your interest in finance through your cv and cover letter.

Interview Advice:

- Treat it as a conversation, do not be afraid to ask questions and be honest when you don't know the answer to a question.

- Do some research on the company background, as well as some general macro stuff and more specific financial products (expect

Analyst, at MUFG
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Interview Advice:

Standard assessment centre

Analyst, Corporate Technology – Middleware at MUFG
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Analyst, Rotational Program at MUFG
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Best:

Global, many opportunities (incl. international), diverse workforce

Worst:

Acronym MUFG not known by many, also very bureaucratic

Analyst, DCM at MUFG
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Best:

corporate culture
people
location
training
global network

Worst:

paper work
risk appetite

Analyst, Corproate Banking at MUFG
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Best:

good working environment

Worst:

bureaucracy

Anaylst, Investment Banking at MUFG
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Best:

International
Colleagues

Analyst, Corporate & Investment Banking at MUFG
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Best:

Good work life balance.

Worst:

You can feel that the London office a subsidiary of Japan.

Analyst, Rotational at MUFG
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Best:

Great work life balance.

Worst:

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Analyst, Natural Resources at MUFG
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Best:

Good Culture
Opportunities for International Travel
High amounts of responsibility from day 1

Worst:

Lack of female leaders/ role models

AVP, Operations at MUFG
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Best:

Working here, it feels like the company genuinely cares about my wellbeing.

Worst:

The bank can be quite conservative. A lot of time is spent on administrative processes which sometimes feel a bit unnecessary

Analyst, Graduate Rotation Scheme at MUFG
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Best:

Interesting work

Worst:

'form filling'

Associate, IBD at MUFG
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Best:

Work Life Balance
People
Accommodating Working Environment

Investment Banking Associate, Graduate Scheme at MUFG
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Best:

Growing business in EMEA
International opportunities
Good culture
Great people to work with

Associate, Graduate Programme at MUFG
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Best:

Smaller than major IBs

Analyst, Product Control at MUFG
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Best:

People and Culture. The firm really values integrity and acts for clients to build long lasting relationship.

Analyst, Structured Products at MUFG
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Best:

The culture of the firm is very welcoming and is a friendly environment to work in.

Analyst, at MUFG
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Best:

Great culture and values.

Analyst, Debt Capital Markets at MUFG
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