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    I'm wondering which of two very different internship offers is better for me - RBS Risk or Financial Services Aurothity (FSA) in Risk or Supervisory unit. Both are in London.

    I will finish my physics degree next year, and I'm thinking about doing a masters in finance. I am at a mid tier university so I didn't think I could get a front office role. So I looked to risk as a way into an IB, and I thought it might contain a little bit of maths which is a plus. The FSA is obviously regulation/compliance work, and I know that banks also offer these roles.

    Basically I am thinking which experience will look better to employers? Which is more prestigious in the finance world? Which is a more valuable experience? Which offers better career prospects?

    Any input would be much appreciated..
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    Play to your strength's, risk will be more quantitative and a lot more enjoyable imo.
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    RBS.
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    RBS since the FSA won't be around for much longer!
 
 
 
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