Who are we?
JDX is one of the fastest growing professional services firms since its launch in 2012. We are a global firm with hub operations in London, New York, Dublin, Singapore, Hong Kong, Birmingham, Jacksonville, Zurich and Paris. Our clients are the world’s largest investment and retail banks, asset managers and private wealth banks, as well as the leading industry utilities, insurance companies and technology providers. JDX has grown to over 700 people in 7 years and has been recognised by The Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 2019 and The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 2019 as one of the UK’s fastest growing companies.
What do we do?
JDX works with clients to provide bespoke resourcing solutions to overcome regulatory, operational, change management and advisory challenges. Our flexible resourcing solutions are tailored to our clients needs and the JDX management oversight provided ensures optimal delivery for all projects undertaken.
We have to move fast – sometimes being asked by our clients to deploy large teams of JDXers (10-40 people) in just a few days. This produces a fast paced and exciting environment where you can really make a difference and be rewarded for high performance.
All JDXers are trained in financial services. The graduate scheme develops skills in project management, business analysis, Excel, VBA, cash and derivative product knowledge, regulation, as well as knowledge of industry utility software providers such as MarkitSERV, DTCC and Thunderhead.
JDXers are JDX. From our football teams to our company offsites and regular company-wide meetings we are one team. Whilst on one of our projects you will return regularly during the week to our Gracechurch Street office for training and mentoring. We will look after your career and have a lot of fun too. Our ability to resolve the most complex business challenge and yet also quickly provide skilled support for large-scale tactical operations is fuelled by the knowledge, energy, enthusiasm and integrity of our staff. A proactive, equal opportunity mandate, focused recruitment, training and mentorship ensures that JDXers not only have the technical expertise our clients expect from a global consultancy but great communication skills and the trade mark JDX ‘can do’ attitude.
Making the difference
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