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Bank of England

Analyst, at Bank of England

Application Advice: Read about the Bank (website, working papers/policy documents for area you are interested in) and prepare for both competency and technical questions.

Interview Advice: Technical questions like: How would you model mortgage default rates? What do you think the impact of having both the financial stability and monetary policy at the Bank of England is?

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Bank of England

Cyber Security Analyst, Technology – Security at Bank of England

Application Advice: Be prepared for a variety of challenges. Be proactive and research your ideal team, job role and what the aim of the Bank is. Include all your volunteering, your self development plans and achievements, discuss sports, hobbies and any future passions. Great place for team players who have a variety of views and skills.

Interview Advice: Why the Bank? Why Technology - Security? What do you aspire to be? How would you make this technical information easy to follow for a non technical audience? What are your views on information security - is it up to the individual or the organisation to handle?

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Bank of England

Analyst, Financial Stability at Bank of England

Application Advice: Humble and curious.

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Bank of England

Bank of England

Application Advice: Show an interest in a large range of economics, not just role specific.

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Bank of England

Analyst, Stress Testing at Bank of England

Application Advice: Firstly, decide what you would like from your first graduate job and career and see if these align with roles at the Bank of England. Attending open days and career events are also useful in understanding the working culture of the Bank.

Interview Advice: Be well prepared, relax and remember that you are also interviewing them. This is an opportunity to test if this is the environment you would like to be a part of and join.

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Bank of England

Graduate HR Analyst, Human Resources at Bank of England

Application Advice: Do your research on the Bank, our mission, what we do and our values, as well as current news, debates, issues and developments in central banking and financial regulation. Does all of this match your interests? Prepare for each stage of the application process as much as you can. Try your absolute best and don't give up.

Interview Advice: Same as above. You need to show a deep understanding of the Bank and the work we do. And don't forget about researching and really understanding our values and strategy. Be yourself. The Bank highly values diversity and inclusion which is at the core of its strategy and work culture. Demonstrate your skills, strengths and characteristics that are true to you and, most importantly, show drive and enthusiasm to learn, develop and stretch yourself even further. Share your passion with the Bank's mission and values, and be open to share your knowledge in this friendly, intellectual and collegiate work environment.

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Bank of England

Bank of England

Application Advice: Ensure you have good knowledge of current trends in finance and economics, if only at quite a basic level.

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Financial Conduct Authority

Economist, CED at Financial Conduct Authority

Application Advice: Only apply, if you're interested in finance but don't care about money in the short term (hence not appropriate for most people).

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Bank of England

Economist, Governance at Bank of England

Application Advice: Read the Bank's website and current developments in advance. Do some research on the various areas of the Bank and their key priorities.

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Bank of England

Economist, at Bank of England

Application Advice: Be intelligent and prepared to argue your case.

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Bank of England

Analyst, at Bank of England

Interview Advice: Try to have an opinion on the issues currently facing the UK economy and how these affect the Bank.

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Bank of England

Analyst, FSSR at Bank of England

Application Advice: Have a strong interest in economics and finance.

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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Bank of England

Economist, International at Bank of England

Application Advice: Take the application seriously and be specific to the bank. Know the many roles that the Bank has.

Interview Advice: Really, really know your economics.

Industry: Banking and Finance, Economics

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