Career Support

Receive support with CV/resume refining, interview prep, job search strategy, and get advice and guidance directly from professional investment banking recruiters



Financial Risk Hub works with professional investment banking recruiters to provide the support and guidance our students need to progress either within their current teams or to move to Front Office (Trading) or Middle Office (Risk Management) in an investment bank.

All our students receive assistance with CV/resume refining, interview prep, as well as job search strategy. They graduate from the training program well positioned for careers in all divisions within a financial organisation that require specialised financial knowledge, analytical skills and/or coding ability.

Full program candidates will also receive one-on-one CV/resume restructuring and consultation with a dedicated financial services recruitment professional that will be assigned to them. For students looking to cross over from a different industry or functional domain, the recruitment professional can help with highlighting their suitability for their target roles.

By the end of the program, every student has a portfolio* that can be taken to interviews and leveraged to impress interviewers.

*Your portfolio demonstrates the practical, real world financial risk analytics, Python and SQL skills that you learnt and applied to projects assigned to you during the course.

Career options

After completing the program, students will be able to pursue employment across the financial industry with various types of employers such as:

  • Investment banks
  • Asset management firms
  • Hedge funds
  • Financial software providers
  • Financial exchanges
  • Pension funds
  • Financial regulatory organisations
  • Financial data providers
  • Consultancies, and more

Our alumni occupy roles such as Business Analyst, Market Risk Analyst, Counterparty Credit Risk Analyst, Data Analyst, Manager, Lead, Analyst, QA/Test Analyst, Software Developer, Product Owner, Consultant, Associate, Assistant Vice President, Vice President, Executive Director, and Director typically in Front Office and Middle Office within investment banks.



UK – The salary range is approximately £40,000 – £60,000 per year for entry level/junior roles to over £120,000 for more senior positions. Contractors pay rates can range from roughly £500 per day up to over £1,000 per day.

USA – The salary range for entry level/junior roles to senior roles is approximately $65,000 – $85,000 per year to over $150,000 per year. Contractors can be paid $80 per hour to over $150 per hour.

Canada – Entry level/junior roles command figures in the range of approximately $60,000 – $80,000 per year. Senior staff can earn over $150,000 per year. Contractors can expect $60 per hour to over $150 per hour.

The remuneration is similarly high in countries such as Australia, Ireland, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore and others.



Our students have previously worked at or currently work at some of the world’s largest financial organisations:

  • Goldman Sachs
  • Credit Suisse
  • JP Morgan
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Royal Bank of Canada
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Barclays Bank
  • Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
  • Toronto Dominion Bank
  • Bank of Montreal
  • Scotia Bank
  • Lloyds Bank
  • Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Sterling Bank
  • BNP Paribas
  • Deloitte
  • CGI
  • PwC
  • EY
  • Accenture
  • MoCaX Intelligence
  • New York Stock Exchange
  • Murex
  • Manulife Financial
  • And more…



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Our Taught Courses

Gain in-demand, specialised knowledge on financial products and risk analytics on a hands-on course with an opportunity to qualify for GARP/PRMIA/CFA Institute CPD credits.
Learn one of the most popular programming languages in the financial industry - highly sought-after by employers.
Learn one of the most important programming languages in finance - Structured Query Language (SQL) for data storage, analysis and manipulation.
Get a solid introduction to counterparty credit risk, one of the key financial risks an investment bank faces, in a session led by Professor Johannes Ruf (London School of Economics).