Working at FMI
FMI is dedicated to assisting emerging market countries achieve economic growth and development. This strong concern influences the way FMI manages its employee relations. The firm seeks out experts who can meet the high standards set by FMI and our clients.
FMI’s approach to development emphasizes the involvement of senior technical experts and managements at all phases of project implementation. Since 1992, FMI has implemented over thirty different projects from 6 months to 5 years in duration. Staff sizes have ranged from 45 in Ukraine to 10 in Morocco. In the course of these projects, FMI has identified and hired many international and local experts for short and long-term assignments in areas of legal drafting, financial analysis, public relations/education, accounting, training, capital markets, and other fields.
In order to ensure that personnel with such appropriate qualifications are available for projects and part of the FMI network, the firm has established a small cadre of senior advisers who have served in these positions across multiple projects.
FMI seeks highly qualified and experienced consultants willing to work abroad in the areas of capital markets development, commercial law reform, debt market development, corporate governance, international finance, pension administration, SME finance, legislative strengthening, and democracy building.
For more information on specific employment opportunities at FMI see Job Opportunities
Benefits for overseas employees are country and project specific. The benefits are subject to periodic review and change. FMI reserves the right to modify or discontinue benefits at any time. Benefits are subject to FMI policy, contract compliance, and client approval.
FMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. FMI is committed to the policy of Equal Employment Opportunity in recruitment, hiring, career advancement, and all other personnel practices. FMI will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, handicap, or veteran status.