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Tullett Prebon EMEA Trainee Broking Scheme

Applications for the Tullett Prebon EMEA Trainee Broker Scheme have now closed.

To apply for other positions please visit General Vacancies

Tullett Prebon is offering a fantastic opportunity for a small number of candidates to join its EMEA Trainee Broker Scheme either immediately or throughout the summer 2014. The Scheme will provide the necessary development and practical experience to succeed in our highly competitive Inter-dealer broking business. We welcome applications from individuals who can demonstrate that they have what it takes to reach their maximum potential.

The selection process will consist of at least 3 stages. First you will need to complete our online application form, and if you get through our initial screening we will contact you before the 14 February 2014 to invite you to take part in an online numeracy test and face to face interviews. Further information will be communicated to you as you progress through our selection process.

A successful candidate will demonstrate the following;

  • Proven numerical ability
  • A keen interest and understanding of financial markets
  • Ambition and drive to succeed
  • Entrepreneurialism and resilience
  • Attention to detail and ability to juggle conflicting tasks
  • Willingness to go the extra mile and achieve the best results
  • Excellent communications skills
  • Strong team player

Fluency in French, Turkish, Russian, Portuguese or Chinese is also highly desirable.

We have opportunities in our UK, Continental Europe and Middle East Offices.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please complete the EMEA Trainee Broker Scheme application form, which can be found at the top of the page. We are accepting applications until 31st January 2014.

You will also find further information on the Trainee Broker Scheme under the Frequently Asked Questions section.

  • When can I start with Tullett Prebon Group Limited?
    Positions are expected to start either immediately or throughout the summer of 2014.
  • What is the starting salary?
    Starting salaries will be up to £20,000 plus benefits.
  • Where will I be based?
    Positions will be based at our offices in London, Continental Europe and the Middle East Offices.
  • What are the typical duties of a Trainee Broker?
    These may include:
    • General ad hoc desk administration.
    • Inputting trade deals into the relevant IT systems and liaising with other departments.
    • Provide clients with information on market activity accurately and efficiently.
    • To gain an understanding of the market and specific products that your desk broke.
    • Potential out of hours work entertaining clients.


  • What happens to my data after I submit my application form?
    By storing and submitting your information you are agreeing to your application data being processed for the purposes of:
    - communication regarding recruitment with prospective employers and you
    - consideration of your applications and your recruitment by prospective employers

    WebSAF functionality allows candidates to upload commonly asked personal details into an online application form. This information is only uploaded to an employer's online form at the candidate's request. The candidate then has the opportunity to edit any of this information and must then decide to submit it to that employer. We may monitor your use of this website and record your email address for our internal purposes.
  • I've just logged in for the first time and you've already got my details in the system but they are out of date, how has this happened?
    WebSAF stores the last details that the candidate has inputted. You can edit the old details that appear, save new details, and continue with your application. If the candidate makes future applications using their WebSAF profile, the latest updated Personal Details will appear.
  • I've just logged in for the first time and you've already got my details in the application form system, where did they come from?
    When candidates register and start an application to any of WCN's clients a WebSAF (Web Standard Application Form) profile is created. Candidates can then use these login details to apply to other vacancies and other WebSAF application forms. If you have used WebSAF before or you start another application form designed by another WCN client your login detail and any commonly asked questions will be transferred. You can edit your details and submit their application. The advantage of this is that they will not have to fill in their Personal Details each time they begin a new application. Please note: Individual WCN Clients can only access applicant data once the candidate reads the declaration and submits their application to that company.
  • I am a returning candidate how can I check the progress of my application?
    By logging into the candidate communication centre using the following link https://tullettprebon.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/mobile-0/brand-2/xf-9aa77a05cfde/candidate/login
  • If I have submitted an application and have not received any feedback what shall I do?
    It is with regret that we are unable to acknowledge that applications have been received. If you have been successful in your application you will be contacted no later than the 14 February 2014 to progress to the next stage. If you have not received a response to your application form and it is now after the 14 February 2014 you have been unsuccessful in your application form.
  • What will be involved in the selection process?
    First you will need to complete our online application form. If you are successful you will be invited to take part in a series of online tests and face to face interviews.
  • If I have any further queries who can I contact?
    In the first instance please contact us via email. Please follow the 'Contact us' link on the right.
  • I am not a recent graduate can I still apply?
  • Do you require any previous experience to be considered on the programme?
    No it is not essential but experience of working in the financial markets may be beneficial to your application.
  • Do I need to speak another language?
    We have a particular interest in the following languages: French, Turkish, Portuguese, Chinese and Russian. Fluent written and spoken English is essential.
  • Can I send a copy of my CV directly to your HR department to be considered?
    No, all applications must be completed online so that your form will be directed to the Recruitment team.

Applications for the Tullett Prebon EMEA Trainee Broker Scheme have now closed.

To apply for other positions please visit General Vacancies