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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    yep no CV upload

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    Cheers for the sanity check!
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    (Original post by Dante991)
    Pretty ridiculous for the roles RBS are providing this year
    Does anyone know the rough all-in salary RBS is offering for Commercial Banking Graduate roles this year? Is it above £40,000?

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    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    Does anyone know the rough all-in salary RBS is offering for Commercial Banking Graduate roles this year? Is it above £40,000?

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    Glassdoor says mid to high 30s, no idea when that data point is from however.

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    the topic has been discussed for BBs but does anyone know which Boutiques allow final years (without a Masters) onto their internship programmes?
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    (Original post by Liquid Gold.)
    the topic has been discussed for BBs but does anyone know which Boutiques allow final years (without a Masters) onto their internship programmes?
    They'd probably care less about it than BBs I'm guessing since there's no formal application process?
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    (Original post by vader9280)
    They'd probably care less about it than BBs I'm guessing since there's no formal application process?
    Elite boutiques, I'm talking Lazard, Rothschild, Greenhill, Centerview, Moelis etc. They all have formal applications.
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    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    Does anyone know the rough all-in salary RBS is offering for Commercial Banking Graduate roles this year? Is it above £40,000?

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    No Chance above 40, HSBC pays 32.5 (+5k sign on bonus) for its commercial graduates... cant see RBS going much higher
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    (Original post by TheParham)
    No Chance above 40, HSBC pays 32.5 (+5k sign on bonus) for its commercial graduates... cant see RBS going much higher
    Lloyds Banking Group is over 40 but their Commercial Banking seems to include some form of capital markets in it. Just trying to work out if it's worth the effort applying to CB at banks where there is no IBD.

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    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    Lloyds Banking Group is over 40 but their Commercial Banking seems to include some form of capital markets in it. Just trying to work out if it's worth the effort applying to CB at banks where there is no IBD.

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    Lloyd's is £38k + £2k signing + some small end of yr

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    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    Lloyds Banking Group is over 40 but their Commercial Banking seems to include some form of capital markets in it. Just trying to work out if it's worth the effort applying to CB at banks where there is no IBD.

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    You should do a job because you are passionate about it, not for the salary mwahaha
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    Does anyone else find video interviews really hard or is it just me? I know exactly what I want to say but having to stare at myself and stare at a camera puts me off so much
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    (Original post by Liquid Gold.)
    Elite boutiques, I'm talking Lazard, Rothschild, Greenhill, Centerview, Moelis etc. They all have formal applications.
    Lazard does require penultimate year status for summer
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    (Original post by Proflash)
    you got any idea what provider?
    Kenexa

    (Original post by alexjones1994)
    foook thats quick lol. The ones ive been practise are 1q, 1 minute.
    it is easier than SHL, but leave some time for last questions
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    Anyone heard back from DB?

    http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/28534ee2-7...#axzz4JcIqbOhb
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    (Original post by Liquid Gold.)
    the topic has been discussed for BBs but does anyone know which Boutiques allow final years (without a Masters) onto their internship programmes?
    Also interested
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    (Original post by TheParham)
    You should do a job because you are passionate about it, not for the salary mwahaha
    I know but I already have an offer for this amount so not worth applying for something that's less, especially if there is three or four psychometric tests

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Lloyd's is £38k + £2k signing + some small end of yr

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    You also get an extra amount if you're based in London too

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Bun rbs and their *******s

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    Meh figured it would be a good practice one

    The logic test was actually pretty hard

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    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    I know but I already have an offer for this amount so not worth applying for something that's less, especially if there is three or four psychometric tests

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    Makes sense, I'm just playing anyway haha
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    I know mate, ya corporate sleazebag

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