"Supportive, friendly and ambitious."
- Graduates get a lot of access to senior staff thanks to a flat hierarchy.
- Responsibility and exposure to lots of different areas of the business are available early on.
- Personal development is a high priority for the company.
- Graduates feel that their hours are flexible and allow for a good work/life balance.
- There can be a lot of travel required for some roles.
- Some processes can take time due to the size of the company.
- Certain areas of progression could be more transparent.
- Some feel that the work can be high pressure at times.
What insiders say about...
"There are online applications and assessments as well as a video interview, assessment..."
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"We have a great location in London. My office space is very open and has a real buzz...."
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"It's high relative to other graduate roles but I believe it's roughly in line with..."
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"I have a lot of exposure to senior management, which is unique and I really enjoy..."
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"There are good opportunities but something of a lack of transparency."
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"Our salary is lower than at some competitors."
"Fidelity is one of the largest FX traders in Europe."
"A large global asset manager."
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"There's good training but you have to be proactive and ask for it."
"Break down the silos between departments."