KPMG 2019 Pensions Graduate Programme - Actuarial

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Competitive + benefits
South East, South West, London, The East, East Midlands, West Midlands, Wales, North West, North East, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Yorkshire, Nationwide
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For many organisations and Trustee groups, a detailed pensions strategy is one of the cornerstones of financial health. Very much a hot topic in public debate, the pensions industry is the subject of governmental scrutiny, new legislation and a high-profile field where you’ll develop a wide range of consultancy skills.

Balancing the costs and risks of a pension scheme as well as trying to run it in line with best practice is becoming increasingly complex – yet absolutely essential for a business to succeed.

A career in Pensions requires both a high level of numeracy and communication skills – as well as the enthusiasm and ambition needed to gain professional qualifications and succeed in a fast moving market.

Whilst resilience is key within this graduate Programme, the journey offers the chance to build a strong foundation in a fascinating industry.

Delivering innovative approaches calls for diverse perspectives; KPMG welcomes a range of personalities, skill sets and degree disciplines. Thanks to The Academy – a unique learning community created to help trainees develop through workshops and networking events – the support trainees receive is as individual as they are. What’s more, the full-time Professional Qualification Training and Accreditation team is also on hand to help trainees to pass professional exams.

The rewards of a career with KPMG begin early with Launch Pad, an innovative, streamlined approach to the recruitment process, it allows candidates to enjoy a meaningful experience while securing a job offer earlier than ever.

In short, KPMG is an award-winning employer, where graduates can learn, grow and thrive.

Your qualifications
Minimum degree classification: 2:1 *At KPMG, we look for more than just your academic results and assess your application on a number of different factors*

• 25 days holiday
• Competitive salary and bonus scheme
• Generous holiday allowance
• Pension options
• Travel season ticket loan.
• Extra day off on your birthday
• Lunch allowance
• Student joiner loan
• Financial support towards gaining professional qualifications
• Study leave