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Does anyone have any information regarding commercial banking, specifically at HSBC and Lloyds which I know offer graduate schemes. I have a general idea of what the job entails and the possibility of becoming a relationship manager later on but I have found little information on salary progression and exit opportunities. How does this compare to something like Big Four Audit which there is far more information out there? I realise they are jobs which are somewhat not comparable, but as have such large intakes for graduates they are competing for students with similar skillsets. Thanks for your help.
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If you are going to apply for the Big 4 do anything but Audit.

Alot of clients are public sector who are now merging together, which means less work and less chance of promotions.

Go for a role in banking - lots of jobs available in different types of roles.
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