Help organisations make intelligent business decisions so they can stay ahead of the competition. You’ll get hands-on experience from day one and we’ll support your progress towards professional qualifications, or to become a chartered accountant.
What is Transactions at EY?
Economies are fuelled by competitive organisations who buy, sell, merge or restructure parts of their business with others. Our job is to help them do all that while making more informed decisions and building better strategies.
Roles and Responsibilities:
We have a range of opportunities within our Transactions business area, from Economic Advisory to Restructuring to Business Modelling. Whichever area you choose you’ll learn how we give clients quality advice about how they can improve their business, start developing your own skills in that field and will soon be working on real client projects. Other tasks might include:
• Working with some of the world’s largest companies
• Helping organisations make decisions that can affect the health of their business
• Taking ownership of complex, sometimes high-profile projects
• Communicating and working with diverse teams of colleagues and clients across global locations
Throughout the programme, and depending on which one you choose, you’ll have the chance to study for professional qualifications with institutes like ICAEW. You’ll also have access to learning and development opportunities with our in-house experts, so you can work towards a promotion by the time you complete the programme.
Each of our Transactions graduate programmes have different entry requirements. For some, you’ll need an honours degree in any subject, while others will require a subject relevant to your business area.
When you tap 'APPLY' you will receive a link to our website to check the details on the individual programmes before you apply.
We close applications as soon as the set number of roles have been filled – so it’s best to apply sooner rather than later!
- Professional training and qualifications with various institutes, including ICAEW
Debut Inside Knowledge
Developing commercial awareness can help to show that you can bring something valuable to a role; here is our tip on how to broaden your awareness: Keep informed by reading, listening and staying up to date on business news. Develop opinions about current affairs and think about the impact on firms across various industries. A good way to do this is to buy the Financial Times, choose three companies from the FTSE 100 and follow their progress.