Our Head of Trust & Corporate, Angus Taylor was recently interviewed by Moore Stephens London’s Family Office publication, Wealth Wise.
Graduates and trainees
At Moore Stephens we understand that with talent our employees can make promising starts to their careers. To maintain our exceptionally high standards and to keep us moving forward we support and encourage every employee with a structured personalised training plan that enables them to achieve their own aspirations.
Many trainees will wish to undertake a professional qualification and we support a full range of qualifications including ICAEW, ACCA, ICSA, STEP and IMC. For a full list of qualifications please visit our Training and Development page.
Our aim is to create a positive learning environment and give every student the support they require to be the very best they can. All trainees receive full financial support for their studies including registration, course and exams fees and study and exam leave is granted for each professional exam they take.
We welcome applications for work experience placements and will always do our best to accommodate those wishing to learn more about our business.
We are a partner of the Jersey International Business School’s Undergraduate Employment Programme where we provide paid work experience for students studying the International Financial Services degree.
We also run a bursary scheme offering financial support to local students wishing to continue their studies outside of the island which include paid work experience during their holidays.
At Moore Stephens we make sure it’s not all about hard work and being social is something we do well! We hold annual summer and Christmas parties and every quarter we organise staff drinks offering everyone the chance to get together outside of the office environment.
We also have a very active social club and charity committee who regularly organise activities and enter teams into charity events.
Every member of staff undertaking a training contract with us is assigned a mentor who has already gained the qualification they are studying towards. The mentoring scheme is designed to support and encourage students to manage their own learning in order that they may maximise their potential, develop skills and improve their performance.