Hello everybody!
I am completing an application, and I have to answer three short open questions. Could you please have a look at them?
Thank you!!!

What makes you suited for the role to which you applied?

My passion for markets dates back to 2003, when I bought, on my father’s advice, my first mutual fund share. In the following years I cultivated this interest, experimenting strategies through virtual portfolios and understanding how markets work in practise, until I finally started trading on my own in early 2006. Now, being in touch with portfolio managers at (my corrent company), I broadened my knowledge of what working on the markets means, and I would like a position which is strictly related to them and to their exciting pace.
Hi Sharleenandrea,

Your English here is already of a high standard, and doesn't need too much correction. However, I've made some amendments below where I think your prose either needs, or might benefit from, some minor changes. Whatever, good luck with your application!

What makes you suited for the role to which you applied?

My passion for markets dates back to 2003, when I bought, on my father’s advice, my first mutual fund share. In the following years following I cultivated this interest, experimenting with strategies through virtual portfolios and understanding how markets work in practise practice, until I finally started trading on my own in early 2006. Now, being in touch with portfolio managers at (my corrent company), I have broadened my knowledge of what working on in the markets means, and I would like a position which is strictly related to them and to their exciting pace.

From the research you have done on our industry, how does our firm fit in with your career aspirations?

(Name of the company) is a global institution, and through my past and present experiences I have understood understand the enrichment which comes from working in an international environment, interacting with people from different backgrounds. Moreover, I appreciate the importance you assign to training, and the fact that you describe it not only as an initial, theoretical step, but as a continual process consisting of practical applications and mentoring. Finally, I admire your commitment to differentiate differentiating yourself from other investment banks, providing your business with flexibility and innovation and supporting employees’ growth.

Describe a recent development in the industry. What implications might this development have for our firm or the division to which you have applied?

The energy sector is facing deep changes, as with the rise of volatility of in commodities’ commodity prices, and the transfer of energy demand from traditional to alternative sources.

These phenomena could influence the firm in different ways, leading to a developments in research activities - like such as the analysis of new markets - and a rise of an increase in margins in energy trading. In this scenario, new opportunities may come for the trading division, and also due to through regulatory changes: Italian authorities, for example, are planning the launch of a new electricity derivatives market.

Thank you very much, yizhivika! I appreciate your suggestions. Just one question: what's the difference between "practice" and "practise"? In the first answer, what I want to mean is that I have understood how markets actually work (how they work in reality)...
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Hi Sharleenandrea,

The difference between the two words is that in British English, 'practise' is a verb, and 'practice' is a noun (note that Americans don't use 'practise' as the verbal form, and use 'practice' for both the noun and the verb).

In the sentence you've used above, 'in practice' needs to use the noun form, and that's why I amended it. It does, incidentally, mean what you intended it to mean, and you simply misspelt it, that's all.

Hope it's all a bit clearer now....
Of course it is! Thank you very much again!
Hi Sharleenandrea

Just wanted to ask if you got the job and was it barclayswealths? Thanks.
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