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Tokio Marine Kiln launches its 2016 graduate scheme

Tokio Marine Kiln (TMK), the leading provider of specialist and corporate insurance, today launches its award winning underwriting graduate training programme for 2016 applications.

The scheme, open to graduates from all disciplines, will see TMK take on up to four trainees who will embark on a two year underwriting programme in its London office. The scheme operates on three month divisional rotations giving graduates the opportunity to experience disciplines within underwriting, claims, underwriting management and operations.

 

Graduates combine their specialist on-the-job learning with high calibre training and fully funded professional qualifications. They are also afforded the opportunity to undertake a one month placement in one of TMK’s international offices, which are located in France, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Italy and Brazil.

 

 

Commenting on the launch of the 2016 scheme Charles Franks, group chief executive officer, Tokio Marine Kiln, said: 

 

“One of the most important things for us as a company is our employees. We aim to stay ahead of our competitors by having the brightest and best who will help to  drive our company forward.

 

“What makes this scheme especially valued is the staying power our graduates have. When I look at the senior management team at TMK I see many successful graduates from the past who have risen right to the top of the organisation. This ambition and hunger for success is what we are looking for in those who make it on to the programme. I hope that entrants to this year’s scheme will be amongst tomorrow’s senior management at TMK.”

 

Those interested in applying for the scheme should go to http://www.tokiomarinekiln.com/careers and submit an application form along with their CV. The closing date for the scheme is Friday 22 April 2016

  • Date published: 15th March 2016
  • Photography by: Ec3view

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