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IFS scheme helping employers ‘access diverse talent pipeline’

The first IFS graduates will emerge this year, and further expansion of the programme is on the cards

24th February, 2019
IFS apprentices in Fidelity International, left to right: Mark Phelan; Clodagh Heffernan; Daniel Walsh; Louise Walsh, senior HR business partner, Fidelity International; Ciaran Corcoran; Jason McEvoy; Carmel Mitchell, head of HR global business solutions, Fidelity International; and Daniel Devine

As with a growing number of sectors across the country, the financial services industry is very much on board with providing opportunities for apprentices to get their foot on the corporate ladder.

There are currently 50 IFS apprentices working in the sector in entry- and mid-level analytical positions. Once a candidate (with the required academic qualification) applies, they are invited to attend a pre-screening event and an interview to ensure they are the ‘right fit’...

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