The Financial Conduct Authority is the UK’s financial services regulator (regulating 59,000 financial services firms and financial markets in the UK and the prudential regulator for over 18,000 firms). They ensure that financial services such as banks and firms are operating as they should, maintaining fairness, honesty and effectiveness. The FCA plays a huge role in securing the futures of many people whom rely on financial services. Key areas of focus are: Enforcement; Credit Authorisation; and Supervision.
Inclusive Graduates (IG) have partnered with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to deliver the exclusive Females of the Future Programme 2020 from Monday 6th April – Thursday 9th April 2020.
Females of the Future Programme 2020 is a week-long programme to cover your career, your development, your confidence and your place in Financial Services. This is an opportunity for 1st year female undergraduate students to take a closer look at what the FCA do, how they do it and meet people at the heart of their business. Through presentations, networking and activities, you’ll also gain some key skills and connections. It will be held at the FCA office in Stratford, London.
- A fun and informative week filled with interactive challenges, skills training, mock interviews, a chance to network with current graduates and professionals and more.
- An invaluable opportunity to gain first hand insight into what it means to have a career that matters at the FCA.
- To come away with greater knowledge of the FCA, and practical tips on how to support your application for a place on their Summer internship or Graduate programme.
- To hear real-life stories of women who have achieved great things throughout their career and how they did it. You’ll also hear from current graduates who made it through a competitive recruitment process.
- Competency based interview training and fantastic tips on how to perform to your highest potential at Assessment Centres.
- 1st year female undergraduates (2nd year if undertaking a 4- year degree)
- On track to receiving a 2:1 degree,
- We strongly encourage students from a BAME background to apply