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8.3 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on 7 ratings in 2016)
"Fast paced, dynamic and empowering."
8.6 / 10
Offices & Dress
8.2 / 10
8.4 / 10
8.3 / 10
8.2 / 10
7.7 / 10


  • The company has a culture of providing help wherever needed.
  • The work environment is relaxed and friendly.
  • Flexible hours mean it’s possible to personalise your work/life balance.
  • The company has a real interest in employee’s development, and their work and feedback are valued.


  • Some felt the benefits package could be more competitive.
  • There’s a very steep learning curve and lots of responsibility early on.
  • The path to career progression can be unclear.
  • Some felt aspects of the training could be improved.

What insiders say about...

"I had a test followed by a couple of interviews. There are further interviews on..."

"Colleagues are always willing to help and lend a hand as well as being sociable and..."

"No dress code and nice offices."

"Start time between 9.00 am and 10.00 am, end time between 6.00 pm and 7.00 pm (including..."

"I believe it's at market value."

"Winter and Summer parties and weekends away."

"I was asked some dynamic programming questions and non technical questions related..."

"Recycling bins are provided."

"Managers are approachable and give useful feedback to let you know how you're do..."

"The best get in, regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation. Everyone is treated..."

"There is no fixed advancement track, but opportunities exist and workers are rewarded..."

"Active development and involvement in team decision making as well as support work..."

"The people here are very knowledgeable and helpful."

"On-call rota, few perks compared to technology companies, no stock incentive."

"A mix of aspects from finance and tech companies."

"People are relaxed, experienced and happy to help."

"Opportunity for training programs in the area that you work. Constantly learning..."

"Organise more graduate events as opposed to just team based events."