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Working for Hermes Investment Management

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Hermes Investment Management provides active investment strategies and stewardship services.
Our goal is to help people invest better, retire better and create a better society for all.

Hermes Investment Management is an asset manager with a growing global presence. Our pursuit of excellence is defined by a commitment to deliver innovative investment solutions through a responsible approach to asset management.

At Hermes, you'll join other high-performing individuals from many different backgrounds, combining their talents and experience to outperform the market and deliver exceptional service to our clients.

We offer our employees opportunities to develop their industry knowledge, enhance their technical skills and pursue their career goals.

Hermes is committed to treating everyone with whom we work fairly, and with dignity and respect. This includes all our employees and staff (present, future and past) together with all of our other stakeholders, clients and service providers. Hermes expects all of its workers to match this commitment throughout their day to day work and activities.

Hermes recognises that diversity in our workforce is one of our greatest assets and that an inclusive culture allows us to continue to grow as a strong and innovative organisation, delivering excellence for our clients responsibly.

Working at Hermes

Learning and Development
We believe that championing each individual's capabilities will drive our ongoing business performance. We offer and support a range of learning and development activities and study programmes to assist our employees in their current roles and future career goals.

Hermes encourages strong performance and demonstration of clearly defined corporate behaviours and values, by providing competitive reward and benefits packages, enabling us to recruit and retain talent while ensuring employees’ interests are aligned with those of our clients.

Work/Life Balance
Hermes believes our business benefits from promoting and embracing our employees' work/life balance. We all have responsibilities and interests inside and outside of the work environment and staff will be more effective if they can achieve a reasonable balance between these commitments.

As part of our commitment to the well-being of staff, regular health assessments are offered in order to provide advisory and preventative health support for employees.

Graduate Scheme/ Internship Programmes
Hermes is not operating a graduate scheme or internship programme this year.

Speculative Applications
Currently Hermes doesn't encourage speculative approaches, as our staff turnover tends to be low and we generally recruit into quite specialised roles, requiring a specific set of skills, knowledge and experience.  Any open vacancies for which direct applications are invited can be found under Current vacancies.

Business Teams

Hermes Investment Management has a number of teams and roles split into three key areas: investment, business development and corporate functions.


Business Development


  • Investment Office
  • Fund management
  • Investment specialists
  • Engagement specialists
  • Investment analysis
  • Dealing
  • Research
  • Sales
  • Client relationship management
  • Client relations
  • Product development
  • Marketing
  • Corporate communications
  • Investment communications
  • Event management
  • RFP
  • Human resources
  • Operations
  • Finance
  • Legal
  • Compliance
  • Risk
  • Internal audit
  • Technology
  • Change management

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