Graduate Opportunity

Graduate Analyst Programme

Financial Markets Advisory

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The Financial Markets Advisory group (FMA) advises financial institutions, central banks, regulators, and government entities on their most critical and often most complex financial issues.

The group typically works with senior management at clients around the globe with a focus on their balance sheet and capital markets exposures as well as a wide range of other strategic, regulatory, and operational challenges. Since its founding in 2008, FMA has executed assignments in over 30 countries for over 250 unique clients.

Life at BlackRock

Wonder what it’s really like to work at BlackRock? Our employees from offices all over the world share their thoughts on what makes our culture so special and unlike any other financial services firm – and what’s kept them here.

Our team is known for

  • Expertise: Combine the strategic mindset and creative problem solving of a financial consultancy with the asset expertise of an investment bank. Our team advises senior executives at financial institutions and government entities on their most difficult – and most interesting – capital markets, balance sheet, and regulatory issues.
  • Customised services: We provide customised services to meet our clients’ needs including model construction, complex asset valuation, strategic advisory, asset management, and regulatory consulting.
  • Clients: Include some of the largest, most sophisticated financial institutions in the world, as well as government institutions across the globe, providing our Analysts with diverse and challenging work experiences.
  • Scale: Ability to analyse large, complex data sets, produce comprehensive analyses, and leverage cross-functional professionals to meet client needs.
  • Trusted Advisor: Operates to the highest fiduciary standards and conflict management principles.

As an analyst you will

  • Be afforded a diverse and challenging professional experience with broad reach across the public and private sectors
  • Interact directly with clients to present results, address requests and questions
  • Work on multiple cross-functional project teams concurrently, providing you with access to a range of professionals, their expertise and experience
  • Learn about financial institutions, markets, and the key issues driving change.

Job description

This programme is for candidates in their final year of study and obtaining their bachelor’s degree or their master’s degree with less than 18 months' relevant full-time work experience.

The Analyst Programme is a two-year programme designed to acclimate and train new hires. It also provides the foundation for core professional skills that will allow them to succeed in their roles and begin building their peer networks. The programme begins with a Global Analyst orientation in New York which helps to build a knowledge base, prepares analysts for their role at BlackRock and creates a peer network.

Analysts will hear from a number of senior leaders and market experts on a variety of topics including business fundamentals, BlackRock’s culture, strategic priorities, and leadership principles. You will participate in activities that will illustrate the importance of diversity, professionalism and what it means to be a fiduciary as well as having more role-specific training.


How to Apply

After you have clicked the below apply link please select Analyst – EMEA. As you progress through the application you will then be able to select the specific area you would like to apply to.

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Opportunity Overview

  • Ongoing
  • Competitive + benefits
  • All grades
  • London, Edinburgh and Budapest
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Disciplines accepted...

  • All STEM disciplines

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