"A fast-paced and high-achieving asset manager."
- Many graduates feel they have a good work/life balance and flexible hours.
- The salary is very competitive within the industry.
- There is no limit to the number of days that can be taken as holiday.
- The culture is very friendly with many people being happy to help graduates.
- Some feel there could be more formal training provided.
- The size can mean that things such as getting help with IT can be slow.
- While the hours are flexible, they can also be very long.
- Training is broad but not as focused as some would like.
What insiders say about...
"Be extremely prepared for the video cover letter and be prepared to think on your..."
"The culture is definitely forward-thinking, which is key for me. I never feel like..."
"There's no canteen in the Edinburgh office. Otherwise the offices are good."
"I work about ten hours per day (nine on a Friday). I think it is quite reasonable..."
"It's much more than I expected for a graduate position, which made the offer very..."
"There's health insurance and we get to travel to New York for orientation."
"I was asked what questions I would ask in a meeting with the management of British..."
"I don't know much about this but there seems to be an effort to recycle."
"I literally sit right next to my manager so I have great communication with him...."
"There is a real sense of diversity with different networks and support provided for..."
"From what I understand, you can have very open conversations with your manager about..."
"I look at stocks and pitch investment ideas to managers as part of my day-to-day..."
"There's a good culture, friendly colleagues and many opportunities to learn."
"There are a lot of acronyms, which can make it confusing at times early on."
"The firm has offset all carbon emissions from business travel in the last two years...."
"People-focused and forward-thinking."
"The reputation, principles, culture and the fact that it's the largest (and best)..."
"The grad training in New York was incredible and an amazing experience, but could..."
"More formal role-specific training."