deVere Group will take on at least 200 graduates this year

07 Apr

Due to the incredible response worldwide that we have received to our recently-launched ‘deVere Group Graduate Programme’, as well as the high calibre of the applicants, I can confirm that we will take on at least 200 graduates from this year’s intake.


The scheme, which was only officially launched last month, has already got off to a flying start.  In fact, to date, we have received more than 1,500 CVs from graduates who want to enrol in the pioneering programme.


Once they have successfully carried out the course, the 200 graduates that we have committed to take on, and of course who will not be selected until further on in their training, are most likely to be based within our operations in Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Cape Town, Dubai, Istanbul, Kuala Lumpur, London or New York, due to increasing demand for our services and specialist advice in these areas.


The deVere Group Graduate Programme, which begins with a substantial foundation period at the firm’s administrative facility in Malta before the course continues in one of the company’s international training academies, is a two year course combining top-level industry examinations, one-on-one coaching and mentoring from established financial consultants, and hands-on experience working alongside successful advisers and their high-net-worth clients.


The initiative shows our commitment to bringing the world-class wealth managers of tomorrow into the industry.


CVs are still being accepted for the Graduate Programme that will turn graduates into fully-qualified and highly-rewarded financial advisers within 24 months. More details can be found by clicking here.


Nigel Green deVere Group


  1. Not wholly relevant to this post, however being a graduate I was curious what are the main motivators for wealth managers? Is it the financial rewards, the process of creating wealth for someone, or something else entirely? Also, where does their passion for the role stem from?

    1. Hi Dan, It’s tough industry but a rewarding one. The rewards come from helping clients secure their financial future. I think you need to be positively excited about making clients money.

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