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I want to be a trader in London. Where and how do I start?

I want to be a trader in London. Where and how do I start? Topic: cover letter cv
June 17, 2019 / By Chance
Question: I've always been in sales and have worked in financial and banking recruitment. But I know I will succeed as a trader and want to know what do I require and how do I start being one.
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Alpin Alpin | 6 days ago
send a covering letter and cv to an investment bank and tell them why you want to work for them and what role you want to work in
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Alpin Originally Answered: I got an offer letter from spire healthcare 120 holborn london greater london, can i believe this?
It's a scam. The scam is to get you pay for fake work documentation. UK employers cannot employ non EU nationals unless they are licenced by the Home Office to do so and there is a recruitment process that they have to follow as they cannot offer a job to a non EU national unless they have advertised the post.in trade and national press and across the job centre network. Only if no suitably qualified applicant from the EU applies can they offer the job to a non EU applicant. You would have to be interviewed, there is no way any UK employer can offer a job to someone they have not interviewed. Unless you have a degree level qualification and extensive experience you stand no chance of getting a visa or competing in the job market in the UK. The ONLY way UK visas are ever issued is in the country of the applicant from a visa application centre, usually a High Commission or Embassy. The UK employer would issue you with a Certificate of Sponsorship which you take to the visa application centre with your documents and a fee of £270 which you pay direct to them. There you will be photographed and finger printed as part of the process. Visas are never processed in the UK and never by third parties, either lawyers or agencies. Your only cost would be the visa cost. All other costs are handled by the employer. Nobody can guarantee you a visa and nobody can apply on your behalf. Things to look out for as clues to scams are the use of free email accounts by companies. UK companies do not use free email accounts, nor do they use 070 telephone numbers which are redirect numbers. These give you the impression you are dealing with someone in the UK. You are not. These are also usually charged at premium rate. Other clues are poor English grammar and spelling, the job offer is unsolicited, they ask straight away for personal details such as bank and passport details. They don't interview you or take up any references. Apart from anything else you would have to go through background checks before you could be empoyed by a healthcare company. Unsolicited job offers are almost 100% guaranteed to be a scam. Spire's web site has this notice: "Potential candidates should be wary of email approaches that appear to be offering a job for which they have not applied, especially if personal details or money must be sent in order to proceed with the recruitment. Neither Spire Healthcare nor any commissioned third parties recruit in this manner. Such approaches are almost certainly fraudulent attempts to gain money and/or details of identity for illegal use." http://www.spirehealthcare.com/Jobs/
Alpin Originally Answered: I got an offer letter from spire healthcare 120 holborn london greater london, can i believe this?
Don't know if the two are connected, but a similar question appeared on this site a few days ago in connection with "Sun Oil & Gas Co". I would be VERY suspicious about being asked to pay a lot of money, unless you can be absolutely sure it's going where they say it is.

Tessie Tessie
go to Barclays and apply..i am sure if you are talented at talking to them they will perhaps give you a chance..i think it is similar to selling automobiles..some have it and some dont ..so depends
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Tessie Originally Answered: Live in London (British) & Want to go to USA for University.?
If you apply to an American university and they really want you, you might be able to get some kind of loan/scholarship with them if you qualify. Indeed some of the top American universities have 'needs blind' admission which means that, if they accept you and you are from a poor family, you will have your fees and maybe even your living expenses waived. BUT be aware that this is not in the least like the UK system. UK universities are heavily subsidised by the British tax payer. The £3,000 fee is nothing like what you would pay in the US US universities can cost £20,000 and more a year in fees plus the same again in living expenses if you are somewhere like NY or Boston.
Tessie Originally Answered: Live in London (British) & Want to go to USA for University.?
I am not sure about private loans, I don't see why you couldn't get those, but for government loans you need at least a green card. If you do manage to get a green card you can apply for them but if I understand the British system correctly, ours is much less generous.

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