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Top Graduate Employers

Our latest look at graduate recruiters shows that financial services are once again the top UK employers of graduates. Filter the table below by region, industry and occupation.

London – Financial & insurance

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 Barclays 60
1 Lloyds Banking Group 60
3 Goldman Sachs 40
4 Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) 35
5 HSBC 30
6 Credit Suisse 25
7 Bank of America 20
7 JP Morgan 20
9 Bank of England 15
9 Citi 15
9 Morgan Stanley 15
12 Deutsche Bank 10
12 UBS 10
14 Aberdeen Asset Management 5
14 Aon Hewitt 5
14 AXA 5
14 BlackRock 5
14 Direct Line 5
14 G-Research 5
14 GSA Capital 5
14 Hiscox 5
14 IG Group 5
14 LCH.Clearnet 5
14 Merrill Lynch 5
14 Metro Bank 5
14 Munich RE 5
14 Nomura 5
14 Santander 5
14 Schroders 5
14 Standard Chartered Bank 5
31 AIG Fewer than 5
31 Allianz Insurance Fewer than 5
31 American Express Fewer than 5
31 Aviva Fewer than 5
31 Barnett Waddingham Fewer than 5
31 Berenberg Fewer than 5
31 BNP Paribas Fewer than 5
31 BNY Mellon Fewer than 5
31 Capco Fewer than 5
31 Catlin Fewer than 5
31 Commerzbank Fewer than 5
31 Coutts Fewer than 5
31 Domestic & General Fewer than 5
31 Fidelity Fewer than 5
31 General Electric Fewer than 5
31 Guy Carpenter Fewer than 5
31 Henderson Global Investors Fewer than 5
31 Hymans Robertson Fewer than 5
31 ICAP Fewer than 5
31 Investec Fewer than 5
31 Jardine Lloyd Thompson Fewer than 5
31 Julius Baer Group Fewer than 5
31 Lazard Fewer than 5
31 LCP Fewer than 5
31 Legal & General Fewer than 5
31 Marex Spectron Fewer than 5
31 Marsh Fewer than 5
31 MetLife Fewer than 5
31 Nationwide Fewer than 5
31 Prudential Fewer than 5
31 QBE Fewer than 5
31 Rothschild Fewer than 5
31 Royal Bank of Canada Fewer than 5
31 Sapient Fewer than 5
31 State Street Fewer than 5
31 Strutt & Parker Fewer than 5
31 TSB Fewer than 5
31 Unum Fewer than 5
31 Willis Fewer than 5
31 WorldPay Fewer than 5
31 Zurich Financial Services Fewer than 5

These tables are compiled using data taken from the annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey (2012–13) conducted by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). Read more about the methodology of this study.