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Corporate Finance graduate programme

Job description

Help organisations make intelligent business decisions so they can stay ahead of the competition. You’ll get hands-on experience from day one and we’ll support your progress towards professional qualifications, or to become a chartered accountant.

What is Transactions at EY?
Economies are fuelled by competitive organisations who buy, sell, merge or restructure parts of their business with others. Our job is to help them do all that while making more informed decisions and building better strategies.

What will you be doing?
Entrepreneurs, management teams, private equity firms, corporates and PLCs often need to raise money through financing, infrastructure projects, or mergers and acquisitions. Our team of over 200 experts help them do this in the best way.

You can expect to be:

  • Developing specialist expertise while working with major companies
  • Taking ownership of complex, sometimes high-profile projects
  • Communicating with colleagues and clients across global locations

Throughout the programme, you’ll have the chance to study for professional qualifications. You’ll also have access to learning and development opportunities with our in-house experts, so you can work towards a promotion by the time you complete the programme.

Programme length: two years.

What we are looking for

Do you have the strategic thinking and knack for numbers needed to work in transactions?


If you have an honours degree (in any subject) by the time the programme starts, this is for you.

Accepted degree subjects


Additional job details

Competitive salary

How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 20 June 2019

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Closing date:  20 June 2019

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