Graduates who want to be investment in London could be if they wear brown shoes at a job . A report highlights how the investment banking follows old, unwritten about how bankers should behave. The study was undertaken by Britain's Social Mobility Commission. It looked at how in job interviews were selected. Researchers found that the industry followed " opaque" of conduct. They wrote: "For men, the wearing of brown shoes with a business is generally considered …within investment banking."
The suggested that working class people had to change their to fit in with bankers from middle and upper . One new banker said: "I felt like my was a bit out of , so I changed it." The study said the industry discriminated against who did not go to universities. It said: "Bright, working-class kids are being systematically locked out of top jobs in investment banking they did not attend a small of elite universities….It is shocking…that some…still judge candidates on whether they wear brown shoes…rather than on their ."