"Supportive, challenging and fun."
- There is a very sociable atmosphere within the firm
- Great opportunities for training and career development from an early stage
- The interview process is competitive as graduate places at the firm are limited
- Could be even more variation in first year roles
What insiders say about...
"Read about your chosen department and try to get a good understanding of what they..."
"Everyone in the firm is very approachable, no matter what their level of seniority..."
"The office is modern and in a really good location. The dress code is business dress...."
"My hours are usually 9:30am-5:30pm. However the firm can be flexible if enough warning..."
"Pay and bonuses seem to be pretty reasonable. Could be better if the link between..."
"LCP organises events such as ice skating at Christmas and comedy nights and they..."
"I was hired at the end of a nine week internship. The application process included..."
"The interview covered the usual competency questions, as well as some specific to..."
"There are 'Green Champions' to ensure that LCP reduces its carbon footprint."
"Managers are very accessible and you can talk to them any time, even senior people...."
"There are large proportions of women in a traditionally male dominated role. The..."
"There is a set progression route in the firm, I think at first it is standard that..."
"We sponsor one main charity, and have lots of fundraising events."
"I have a wide variety of interesting work to keep me on my toes. Day-to-day roles..."
"I've had lots of responsibility from the first day I arrived."
"Too many tempting places to eat right outside the window."
"One of the partners is the President-elect of the IFOA."
"LCP is a fun place to work, with hard working people and great career prospects."
"A firm with great career prospects, an emphasis on training and the opportunity to..."
"You receive graduate training when you start, and then have to take either the Actuarial..."
"It would be good to work on more clients in my first year to get an even greater..."