Strong sense of responsibility, accuracy and attention to detail? If that sounds like you, a career in financial services could be made for you. Financial services is big business in the UK, employing around 7% of our working population. Covering a wide range of sectors and employers, from global corporations to independent consultants, few industries offer such variety and opportunity.
Customer Services Adviser
Acting as the first point of contact in a bank, insurance, investment or credit company, you’ll make the most of your people skills.
Financial Services Adviser
If you enjoy working with numbers as much as with people, a career advising companies and individuals on their finances could be the perfect match for you.
Accounting technicians help businesses look after their financial matters, from processing invoices to preparing accounts and compiling reports. If you’re good with numbers, like problem solving and have good attention to detail, a huge range of opportunities is open to you.
Investment Operations Assistant
Playing a vital role in making sure investments are managed effectively, in this fast-paced sector you’ll be involved in liaising with clients, providing support to colleagues and ensuring accurate records are kept.
Analysing complex information and making the most of your networking and negotiation skills, as an insurance underwriter you’ll be helping decide whether to insure a company or person, and setting out the details of insurance policies.
Financial Services Public Relations Officer
Helping to promote the image of a bank, insurance or investment company, as a financial services public relations officer you’ll be making the most of your writing, presentation and influencing talents.