KPMG 2020 Financial Modelling Graduate Programme - London
- £Competitive + benefits
- London, Nationwide
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- Graduate job
At KPMG in the UK, you’ll be part of our global network of firms and inspiring community of talented people. We work with businesses of all shapes and sizes to help them solve some of their most complex challenges and achieve success now, and in the future. Wherever you join us, across Audit, Tax & Pensions, Consulting, Deal Advisory, Technology & Engineering or KPMG Business Services, you’ll discover a career path full of rewards.
Financial Modelling Graduate Programme
On our Financial Modelling Graduate programme, you’ll have the opportunity to help clients utilise information to answer their business questions. By integrating large volumes of data from different sources, and applying subject matter knowledge and technical expertise; you’ll build models to support clients in making critical financial and business decisions.
As a graduate, you’ll follow a structured programme working with a range of clients, echnologies and tools such as; Excel, VBA, SQL, Python, Qlikview, Tableau, and Power BI. No two projects will be the same and you could work across different roles with a diverse range of people in three coverage areas: Financial Services, Corporates and Infrastructure, Government & Healthcare.
You’ll benefit from structured training to develop core business consulting and technology skills. You’ll also have access to mentoring and support towards funded professional qualifications or accreditations relevant to your programme.
With access to numerous KPMG networks and clubs you’ll have the opportunity to expand your social and professional networks, too.
We offer a competitive salary and a host of great benefits, including 25 days holiday, a daily lunch allowance, study leave and a day off on your birthday. With up to six days of work time for volunteering – on top of your annual leave - you’ll be encouraged to make a difference beyond the office, too.
You’ll need to have, or be on course to achieve, a minimum 2:1 degree in any discipline. We’ll look at more than just your academic results and will also consider your strengths, values and motivations. See the ‘How to Apply’ section our website for further guidance.
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