Scottish Investment Operations (SIO) is the professional body that represents the investment industry in Scotland.
Who we work with
We are owned and funded by our members who are fund management companies, investment banks or other financial organisations. All of our members are global companies with operations in Scotland. They founded SIO to help them attract talented people to our business and to help continue to raise skills by developing training and development paths for the sector.
Our members employ thousands of skilled people around the country in a wide range of challenging jobs and the industry continues to be one of the most dynamic areas of the local economy to work in.
What we do
Since our founding nearly ten years ago, we’ve helped an enormous number of graduates begin challenging careers in our industry by educating them about our sector and providing links to companies, jobs and training.
As new graduates you might get the chance to attend one of our funded training courses where you can learn all about our business and meet employers. You might also end up training for a qualification that we’ve developed to raise the skills levels in a particular field. We have led the development of professional qualifications with organisations such as the Chartered Institute of Securities & Investments, the Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.
Types of careers
There are job opportunities in a wide range of areas including specialised positions that deal with financial products and markets, accounting, finance and other numerate positions. Like all companies, careers also exist in key areas such as IT, project management, HR and training and more. It’s a diverse place to work and you’ll more than likely have the chance to move into different areas of the business, learning and building your experience as your career progresses.
Visit website to get your career started. You can read more about the industry, apply for jobs and keep up to date on the latest news.
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