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Kepler Associates advice

 
#1 Kepler Associates advice
04/02/2012 13:05

rachel87

Hello,

I'm looking at an entry level role with Kepler Assocaties - does anyone have any advice/knowledge about the company, what they are like to work for, what they would be looking for when hiring etc.?

Thanks

Rachel

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#2 RE: Kepler Associates advice
08/02/2012 10:45

SarahBurgess to rachel87 (#1)

Hi Rachel,

Kepler are a good small boutique. They are very niche in what they offer and tend to hire ex-oxbridge/red brick and very high calibre people (the founders are ex-Mckinsey if I remember rightly). Their focus on benefits and remuneration strategy will mean you'll need to think about where you would like to go as a second step in your career and weigh up the pros and cons.

Within their niche they have a pretty good reputation as far as I understand and work with a lot of big FTSE players advising on what the board should pay their CEOs.

Hope that helps and good luck!

Sarah

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