Mission: Working towards our vision to become the default choice for active traders globally, we have set out five clear objectives designed to help us achieve this goal.
1. Address the needs of active traders
2. Achieve, maintain or extend market ...
I worked at IG full-time (Less than a year)
Having worked at the company during their graduate scheme, I liked the serious attitude towards training the future talent. The company provides training resources via induction to the business sections, occasional lectures and a vast array of material available on Safari Books Online.
The graduates are slowly eased into the work and progressively are challenged to undertake more responsibilities and ownership. Note, that the employee MUST be proactive and direct their learning experience with line and graduate manager to maximise the results of their labour.
In addition to interesting work and educational resources, the company has excellent offices, great work environment and above average colleagues to work with.
The bureaucracy is also minimal for a company of this size and new joiners are well-shielded from majority of it to focus on learning and contribution.
Overall, I found work here enjoyable, and challenging and am leaving because of something else that sparked my interest elsewhere. I have nothing to complain about and recommend the company to everyone.
None, great experience. Company should be growing despite regulatory pressures and Brexit.
IG Group today issues an update on its revenue for the three months to 31 August 2017, the first quarter of its 2018 financial year.
IG delivered a record revenue quarter, in relatively quiet financial markets. At £135.2 million, revenue was 21% ahead of the first quarter of the prior year (£111.4 million).
Read the full Q1 statement here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQyy1
IG Group announced full year results for year ended 31st May 2017.
Read full release here http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQeqD