The figures add up for talented Dominic
A Paisley student has been recognised by a business organisation.
Dominic Gibson was one of six students to be presented with a certificate and £250 at the International Financial Services District Glasgow Student Awards.
Dominic, 27, was nominated for the award by Paisley’s University of the West of Scotland where he has achieved a degree in Accounting and is looking to work in Fund Accounting.
The awards programme was established by the IFSD Partnership to highlight the wealth of talented graduates emerging from universities and colleges, preparing for careers in financial services.
All six winners were nominated as outstanding achievers’
Presenting the award to Dominic was Kevin Rush, head of economic development at Glasgow City Council.
He said: “Many congratulations to Dominic on his achievement.
“These awards recognise the great work being done by the universities and colleges, and the relationships they have with the financial services sector, to ensure a steady pipeline of well qualified graduates to work in the industry”.
Since its launch in 2001, the IFSD has been developed by a partnership of the public and private sectors led by Scottish Enterprise and Glasgow City Council.
The district has attracted more than 15,000 financial sector jobs from some of the biggest names in global finance including Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, Barclays, BNP Paribas, HSBC, esure, Tesco Bank and Aon.
Award Dominic Gibson (right) is presented with his IFSD Glasgow Student Award by Kevin Rush, head of economic development, Glasgow City Council