Sometimes our clients need an extra pair of hands or even a talented hand-picked squad to help deliver a project or fill an immediate resource gap. We offer a range of SMEs, able to work flexibly as a highly cost-effective extension of your team.

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ChilliMint Support is our specialist advice service, offering clients access to our panel of SME experts and assistance with specific, often immediate business issues and challenges – no matter how big or small. Our clients use this service to help them with day-to-day issues, understanding certain challenges or options, as well as for larger, more substantial one-off purposes.


• A straight forward external objective review of a new market entry sales proposition
• RFP response and BID team management
• Client side interim resource placement

In this way, our Support service means ChilliMint can work as a highly cost-effective and impactful extension of your team, enabling you to deliver solutions more efficiently and plug any short term knowledge gaps.

Recent successful projects

BID management and proposal development; a client recently requested our support in putting together a BID team to respond to a RFP process. Leveraging ChilliMint Associates, we were able to mobilise our team and successfully respond very quickly.

ChilliMint was contracted to provide our knowledge and expertise of payments and cards, to create the UK’s national mobile payments scheme. Once engaged, we completed the overall business architecture for the project, identifying and harmonising the propositional and technical requirements. We also led the contractual and governance work streams with the participants and suppliers, ensuring a successful implementation of the contractual formalities prior to launch.

The UK’s payments infrastructure is under significant scrutiny from both regulators and PSPs, who want better access and improvements to match changing customer behaviours. For over a year, we have been providing significant input into the industry’s analysis of future environment needs, working with a wide range of PSPs and customer groups throughout the UK. This has contributed to the creation of a robust set of requirements and capabilities, setting out the vision for payments in the UK.



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Working at ChilliMint is both rewarding and challenging. You’ll be immersed from the start, giving you the opportunity to rapidly learn about, and prove yourself in, the financial services and banking sector.

We will match your commitment to us with all the encouragement and support you need to develop and maximise your potential. We are excited to offer huge opportunities to help you progress on your career path, from consulting analyst to full partner.

We work in small teams and from day one, you will be exposed to live projects and have delivery responsibilities. Additionally, you will be in direct contact with directors, partners and senior level clients. Whatever your level, you will be expected to contribute to team debates and client meetings. The below diagram illustrates the career path you could experience at ChilliMint.

Careers path

Career path


2x Graduate consulting analysts

We’re on the hunt for two ambitious, hard-working graduate consulting analysts to join our busy team.

This ambitious role will involve:

  • Working on a variety of client projects simultaneously
  • Conducting analysis and research on banking and financial services, across the UK and European markets, including specific research into product and service innovations, new launches, innovations and developments (e.g. ApplePay) in the industry
  • Undertaking more specific research into a client’s performance and the specific products they offer, to identify strategic growth opportunities
  • Writing reports, creating presentations and delivering back to directors and eventually to clients
  • The opportunity to travel with directors on client visits, both nationally and internationally

Essential Skills

  • Excellent academics with a minimum 2:1 degree. Preferred subjects include marketing, economics, management, business, finance, sciences or maths – but all will be considered
  • Hard-working, ambitious and driven to succeed in a consulting environment
  • Motivated by being part of a small business, with the potential for a long-term equity share
  • Highly personable; communicates with gravitas, both verbally and in writing
  • Ability to work independently but in a problem-solving, team-oriented environment
  • Commercial, able to understand financial services
  • Pragmatic and logical with a good head for numbers, able to spot trends in data
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills (particularly PowerPoint and Excel)
  • Language skills are desirable but not essential

Apply here