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Graduate Job IT Investment Banking Analyst

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: FDM Group
Reference: FDMIB
Salary: Competitive  

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EXPIRY NOTICE: This job has now expired and will not be accepting any more applications.

IT is an exciting career to be in this year; the economy is recovering but with this comes change – especially in the investment banks:

FDM Group has been training and supplying Application Support Analysts to some of the world’s largest financial companies for 20 years, and now more than ever. Working with HSBC, RBS, Barclays Capital, USB, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and many more, the possibilities for an FDM Application Support Consultant are endless!

So how can you become one?

If you are accepted onto our award-winning Academy Master Class Programme, you will receive approximately 12 weeks of intense skills development in industry recognised technologies and banking systems, free of charge. Once completed you will work for our high-profile clients solving technical and work flow issues, relating to the software and systems that support key areas of the business.

In addition we work with many non-financial clients, so there are also opportunities to be placed with companies such as BSkyB, Betfair, John Lewis, Detica, News International and The BBC, amongst many more. Further to this we also have places on our Testing, Development and Infrastructure streams – but whatever you do, apply soon to secure your place for assessment!

You can bank on loving I.T with FDM!

Click Apply Now to send your CV for immediate review.

Any questions? Visit our facebook page by searching the site for ‘FDM IT Academy’ and ask us anything

Location: UK locations

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