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Career management and mentoring platform AlgoMe now live


AlgoMe, a career management and mentoring platform focused on the asset management and fintech sectors, is now live.

Following its beta phase, AlgoMe registration is now live on www.algome.com. Professionals and companies easily create a free profile and find matches for new roles or mentoring using the AlgoMe technology.
 
The City insiders who have set out to disrupt the way Asset Management and Fintech careers are managed and developed are Rob Carter (formerly Aberdeen Asset Management) and Luuk Jacobs (previously at Aviva Investors). Their deep industry experience has given them first-hand insight into the issues and challenges they’ve set out to resolve. They also know how to leverage technology and data to underpin and deliver the AlgoMe proposition. AlgoMe is currently focused on the world of Asset Management, associated Fintech and the broader financial services industry. Over time AlgoMe is expecting to grow further both geographically and into other industries.
 
“This is a very exciting time for us as AlgoMe is now live and facilitating professional placements in Asset Management and Fintech companies through our matching technology. AlgoMe is working with big name organisations in London and further afield, we have just added 20 Fintech roles available in France.” says Carter. “We believe there will be wide adoption of AlgoMe across the industry as businesses will be able to engage directly with matched professionals to find the right individual at the right time. Professionals can now benefit from independent AlgoMe Mentors who are available to connect with on the platform. At beta stage, 70 per cent of preregistered professionals said they want to be mentors / mentees, so we expect this to be a popular feature.”
 
HR and line managers, as well as project leaders, can use AlgoMe to share job opportunities from their organisations and discover the right person to match their requirements. Privacy is paramount for AlgoMe and there is no public viewing platform, professionals are in charge of who sees their information and need to accept an invitation from a company or individual to share details.
 
People seeking access to career development knowledge and connections are discretely matched on the platform; allowing individuals to meet new people for mentoring or networking without having data in the public domain. 

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