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Finance/ Law graduates- With some knowledge of French

Finance/ Law graduates- With some knowledge of French

Are you a recent finance grad, are you based close to Manchester or Liverpool?
If you are looking for a career in finance for a well established bank in the UK with an International presence, Then keep on reading!

The company is the subsidiary and commercial banking focus for the UK. They are looking for a technical Finance graduate to move in to either the Payments or compliance team between Liverpool and Manchester.

What they are looking for:

-Knowledge of back office/ admin environment
-French language Is a massive plus
-Attention to detail
-Knowledge/understanding Microsoft programs including Excel, Word, Outlook
-Good organisational skills
-Good understanding of finance
-Report writing skills

What the company offer!

-They invest in their staff and future training courses are provided!
-Full training on the job!
-A starting salary of £18,000- £21,000
-Company pension
-Plus other benefits.

Thank you for applying to Euro London Appointments, the UK's largest independent language consultancy. We aim to respond as promptly as possible to your application, however, due to the high level of CVs we receive we are only able to respond to applicants whose profile matches our Client's requirements. To enquire about other vacancies please visit our website at www.eurolondon.com.
-Please note that in order to process your CV we must receive it in a Word document.

Consultant

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Louis  Young

Team: Financial Markets

I specialise in: Permanent positions within the Financial sector.

I speak:  Spanish & Italian

About me: Having lived in Spain for a duration of my childhood, I developed a passion for languages early on. At the age of 15, my parents decided to move back to England where I used the skills learnt from 5 years in sunshine to University.  I studied Applied Languages, a course that gave me the chance to learn Italian. I really enjoyed my time at university and I was lucky enough to spend a year abroad in Spain and Italy. I play football and enjoy a beer on the weekend.

Fun fact: I am a bit of a superhero geek.

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