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Graduate Training
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At Fiduchi we aim to be inspiring in everything we do. We are a firm believer that continual learning is integral to delivering inspiring bespoke solutions to our clients, which is why we offer a Graduate Training/Study Programme.

The programme is designed to support individuals looking to start or further their career in finance whilst studying towards an ACCA, ICSA, STEP or similar professional qualification. 

Key Points of the Programme

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Structured 5-year training programme.
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Fully-funded study programme which includes: fees, travel & expenses*
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12-month intense training period at Fiduchi supported by a team of experienced Administrators, Managers and Directors.
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12 months of study towards Post-graduate qualification (flexible longer study period also available).
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Clear career progression route from Trainee to Manager.
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Flexible off-island study leave.
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Great package and benefits.
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Training in each of the Fiduchi service areas including - Private Wealth, Corporate Services & Yacht Services.
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All the benefits of working for family-friendly professional company.
*Subject to Terms & Conditions.

Interested but not sure?

Read our graduate profile of someone who is currently undertaking the programme. Alannah May is a Trainee Administrator at Fiduchi and currently studying an LLM in Corporate Governance and Law/GRAD ISCA through our Graduate Training/Studying Programme.

CHECK OUT ALANNAH'S GRADUATE PROFILE HERE

Candidate Profile

Alannah May

Trainee Administrator

Interesting info:


Age:
24.
Uni attended: Plymouth University (under-graduate) and University of Portsmouth (post-graduate).
Course undertaken? My degree was a Bsc (Hons) Joint Social Sciences and I am currently undertaking a post graduate LLM Corporate Governance and Law / GRAD ICSA.
What did you want to do when you were 8? Be a member of a Mariachi band.
Favourite way to relax? Kayaking or paddle boarding in St Brelades Bay.
Favourite place to eat in Jersey? It depends on the meal. Sumas for breakfast. Old Court House for lunch. Chateau Le Chaire for afternoon tea. Banjos for dinner.
What is your favourite possession? My passport! When I’m not working or studying I enjoy visiting different locations to absorb the cultures with my son.

The important stuff:

What made you choose Fiduchi? >

Fiduchi boasts an environment that encourages the personal progression of their employees. There is a high emphasis on further development and continuing professional development. This was of importance to me as I actively enjoy building on my knowledge and experience. The teams within the company are small and dedicated which ensures that we offer a personal service and really understand our client’s needs. Working in the Corporate Team allows for a varied day that involves working on a broad range of client engagements with different activities before I begin to specialise within the area I prefer.

What sort of professional training did you take? >

Since joining Fiduchi in September 2017, I have undertaken Certificate in Offshore Administration (COA) with the full support of Fiduchi and my colleagues. The COA covered:-
• Trust & Company administration - merit
• Regulations and Compliance - merit
• Investment and Funds - distinction
• Offshore Finance Industry - distinction

I have also completed training on bookkeeping, attended various corporate governance seminars, and attended real estate training and regular intense anti-money laundering and regulatory update seminars. Having recently enrolled with the University of Portsmouth I have just begun the LLM Corporate Governance and Law / GRAD ICSA and I hope to graduate in July 2019. Continuing professional development is a high priority of mine as an increase in knowledge increases your capability and understanding.

What is next on your agenda? >

After completing the LLM in Corporate Governance and Law/GRAD ICSA I would like to begin a CMI Management course to build upon my leadership and managerial skills. I would like to be working towards either Senior Administrator or Assistant Manager level before beginning this course so that I can put my studies into practice. 

What key piece of advice would you give yourself as a graduate considering the experience you have now? >

You are not expected to know everything, just an enthusiastic attitude towards everything you do.

We understand that you are currently studying, could you give three tips for other working students? >

I developed a study plan that I have used since University that definitely works for me, the “three P’s”;
1. Prioritise - Your studies are your responsibility, if you want to succeed. 
2. Prepare - Begin your revision or articles as early as you can. Even if you only prepare your study method(s) it will be beneficial knowing that they are ready for you when you begin to revise.
3. Practice - Read, re-read and read more. Re-read assignments to help them jog your memory. Read your exam notes and test yourself. You will find the areas you are struggling with and therefore have more time to focus on them.

If you had a large sum of money to donate to charity who would you choose? >

Locally, many wonderful charities within the Island provide incredible services. I appreciate the work that aims to promote equal opportunities that allow everyone to access the beauty of the island. Therefore, I would donate to charities that have mission statements that reflect this.Internationally, I would love to assist in the education of children in areas of poverty. I am a firm believer in every child should be able to access proper education and I believe that the children would have a lot to teach me in return.

How do you adapt your products or services to your customers’ needs? >

It is essential to understand that each client is unique with differing rationales and objectives for their structures. This is why it is vital to take the time to profile and understand our client's requirements to provide a bespoke service which is suited to their needs.

What are you doing this year that’s different from what you did last year? >

Last year I worked for a local estate agent that gave me a good understanding of the real estate buying, letting and investment service industry. I am incredibly grateful for the said opportunity as it provided a platform and base for the development of my knowledge within Fiduchi.


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If you’re a talented graduate who possesses a 2:2 degree or equivalent, we want to hear from you.

For more information on the programme and for a confidential informal chat, contact Nivek Dove
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