Our newest recruit at FMB is a 21 year old local lad called Paddy who is as keen as mustard to learn the ropes within his role as Trainee Client Services Assistant. I can see he will do well here.
I recall my first day here at FMB when I was 20 years old, back in June 2002 where I started out in an administration role. This is what I had been doing at Scottish Provident since completing my GCSE’s, until the future of one of Kendal’s largest employers was cut short by a takeover.
Fast forward 12 years and I have taken more examinations than I care to remember, conducted hundreds of client appointments and feel not only confident, but happy in my work. I have pushed myself to progress, learn more and have been fully supported by my Employer along the way - like many of my colleagues.
FMB encourages individual development at all levels and sources the best training and support available.
Another theme at FMB is longevity. It is not a rare occurrence to find individuals who have been here longer than a lot of our office furniture! Many of the team have notched up in excess of 10, 15 and even 20+ years’ service. FMB must be doing something right, not only for their staff but also for the thousands of personal and business clients who have a long and established relationship with us – many who have dealt with us since 1987, when the firm was established.
By staying local, you can go further!