Brooks Macdonald launches 'Inclusive Futures' recruitment programme

Pedro Gonçalves
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Brooks Macdonald has launched ‘Inclusive Futures’, a programme offering ambitious and talented young people entry-level career opportunities across the firm.

Available across a number of Brooks Macdonald's offices, participants will be able to select from one of three training schemes offering skills development and the chance to work on a diverse range of projects. The new graduate scheme will give participants the opportunity to gain the experience and skills needed to excel in the industry, the firm said. Graduates will learn about different parts of the business, develop their professional network and expand their skills and expertise.  Partnering for a third consecutive year with Brooks Macdonald, Investment 2020 offers trainees an ...

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