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The Risk Advisory Group Overview

London, England (UK)
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
₹1 to ₹5 billion (INR) per year

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The Risk Advisory Group has got your back. The firm provides independent analysis, investigation, and advisory services to both private and public sector businesses. It advises clients on such issues as acquisitions, strategic alliances, and IPOs, and such threats as hostile ... Read more

The Risk Advisory Group Reviews

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    Former Employee - Analyst
    Former Employee - Analyst
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at The Risk Advisory Group full-time


    Looks good on CV.

    Free coffee and nice views.


    The culture of bullying reported by many of the other reviews on here is very real.

    You will mitigate minimal risk.

    Advice to Management

    Go away

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The Risk Advisory Group Interviews



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Getting an Interview





    Junior Research Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at The Risk Advisory Group.


    The first step entailed the submission of an anonymous application form where a brief (200 words max.) motivation statement was required, along with an education+work experience sections. After being admitted to the second stage, I received a written test to be completed in less than 2 hours. The test was divided in 3 parts. The first one had 3 statements that needed to be reviewed and shrunk for the sake of clarity. The second section had a one page and a half long analysis on recent events in Venezuela that needed to be summarized in 100 words max for an hypothetical client that did not have the time to read the full analysis. The last section had links to 2 different news related to terrorist incidents, and the task was to write entries for the firm's Terrorism Tracker; under specific guidelines. I didn't make it through to the next phase which, I think, would've entailed an interview.

    The whole process was a bit lengthy. I don't know if it's because of the pandemic, or if it's the norm.
    I was pleased to see a rejection email written by a human being, but when I asked for the reasons why I had been rejected I was, unsurprisingly, ghosted. It was worth the shot asking.

    Interview Questions

    • The written test had these kind of tasks.
      1) Edit the following paragraphs for clarity and readability.
      2) Write a paragraph of no more than 100 words summarising this report for a client who doesn’t have time to read the whole thing.
      3) The work of a JRA must be written in a consistent style, which is factual, accessible and easy to read, and omits irrelevant information or analysis.   Answer Question
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