Our Graduate Professional Development Programme is now closed, but reopens mid 2019.
The Compliancy Services' Graduate Development Programme combines comprehensive training with hands on experience working with clients in a range of financial services sectors. Your initial assignment will be based in the Central Operations team, the 'engine room' of our business, where you will be put through an intensive on-boarding process, coupled with a thorough hands-on training and development programme, supported by internal technical experts. What makes the programme distinctive is the early exposure to clients in a range of sectors and the ability to start to build your knowledge of financial regulation and its practical application.
register for our 2019 graduate programme
Our internships provide a great opportunity for students to work in a consultancy environment, gain an understanding of FCA regulation, including how businesses get authorised by the FCA, and get broad exposure to a range of financial services sectors including consumer credit, payments and banking. Previous students who have worked with us have undertaken a variety of ad hoc projects such as developing a cryptocurrency database and undertaking research and analysis on subjects such as anti-money laundering and financial crime.
We know you need to focus on your studies, so we offer flexibility in terms of hours and frequency. Typically our internships last around 2 months and are open all year round.
We are keen to hear from Students with an interest in financial regulation, ideally law and finance students or with CISI qualifications.
My co-workers were friendly and supportive, answering any questions I had regarding my project and hearing how my research will be used strategically made me feel like a valued member of the team. I, also, really liked the training in GDPR, Financial Crime etc. which expanded my knowledge. I would recommend doing an internship here for anyone with an interest in compliance, or even more broadly in the financial services sector. ”