Baker Tilly

Graduate Accounting Position - London

Job Locations UK-LND-London
Job ID
13189
Category
Consulting

Overview

BTVK Advisory is a leading financial investigations company that specializes in the insurance, legal and corporate markets globally. Its accountants, consultants and forensic technologists perform comprehensive investigations of data and events, based on extensive industry expertise, to determine what actually occurred and how this impacts a financial outcome. BTVK Advisory, and its affiliated entities, have operations throughout Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Australia. BTVK Advisory is a Baker Tilly Virchow Krause company, which is an independent member of Baker Tilly International, a worldwide network of independent accounting and business advisory firms in 147 territories, with 33,600 professionals. The combined worldwide revenue of independent firms is $3.4 billion. Visit btvkadvisory.com to learn more or join the conversation on LinkedIn.
 
It’s an exciting time to join BTVK Advisory!

Responsibilities

The London Graduate Scheme lasts for three years during which you will work in an exciting, challenging and constantly changing environment. You will learn forensic and investigative accounting skills and experience the diverse nature of our work.

You will study for the ACA qualification for membership of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). Your ICAEW training is supported by ongoing mentoring and on the job coaching, as well as global training delivered through a number of platforms by BTVK Advisory’s expert professionals.

 

Upon completion of your ACA qualification, BTVK Advisory offers continuing education and an environment in which to grow and develop professionally, including excellent opportunities for career progression. You will be based in London but BTVK Advisory is an international organisation so there are likely to be opportunities to travel. BTVK Advisory also offer a very competitive remuneration and benefits package.

 

Qualifications

We ask for all applicants to have a minimum of 320 UCAS points and a 2.1 (in any University degree). However, an interest in forensic accountancy and proven team-working, communication and analytical skills are all essential.

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