FNZ – Brno
Application Support – ensure that the application is working correctly as deployed Issue Management – analyse, investigate, and allocate for… FNZ
FNZ – Brno
• Design and build the highly intuitive user interface and interactive financial tools required by financial advisers and investors; • Develop… FNZ
FNZ (UK) – London, England
* Be responsible for the executives' diaries; * Screen and organise emails, including response to emails where required * Become familiar with the… FNZ (UK)
FNZ – Brno, Jihomoravsky Kraj
Design and build the highly intuitive user interface and interactive financial tools required by financial advisers and investors; Develop real-time… Europe Language Jobs
FNZ – Edinburgh, Scotland
The role reports to the Risk Manager and as part of the FNZ Risk & Compliance team. There is no direct people… FNZ
FNZ – Brno
• Work with developers, testers and analysts to implement and execute strategies that ensure software satisfies the business requirements and is… FNZ
I have been working at FNZ (More than 8 years)
FNZ is genuinely an exciting place to work where nothing ever stands still. It's a fast growing company with an ever growing list of blue chip financial services companies as clients. In the time I have been at FNZ it has gone from being a small firm with offices in Edinburgh and Wellington to a much bigger organisation with offices and clients in 8 different countries round the globe. There are some really great, very smart people here to work with and a real can do attitude drives the company. There are great opportunities for hard working, driven people to get noticed and get on. The work is rewarding and the package is good to.
FNZ is not the place for someone who wants to turn up and do 9 to 5. The speed at which the company is growing means that a lot is demanded of people and, at times, that means extra hours. Growing companies always have challenges in how they adapt as they become bigger and operate across multiple locations. FNZ has had it's share of challenges but recognises when things aren't working well and isn't afraid to change to address those challenges.
Advice to Management
Management communication could definitely be improved and more needs to be done to celebrate the successes (which are many and significant).