BusinessPeople In BusinessPwC brings in fresh blood

PwC brings in fresh blood

125 graduates hired this spring

PricewaterhouseCoopers may now be an attractive prospect for job-seeking
investment bankers.

Of 1,000 new recruits the firm is hoping to hire in 2009, 43 per cent of the
intake will join the firm’s financial services practice. Ex-bankers will have
the pick of the banking and capital markets, insurance and investment management
practices.

125 graduates have already started with PwC, many of whom did not study
accounting or finance at university. Nearly half studied arts, social sciences
or engineering.

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