BNP Paribas Corporate & Institutional Banking (CIB) is a leading European investment bank. We are part of the BNP Paribas Group, a financial institution with solid foundations and a proven ability to adapt to change. Spanning across over 55 countries with nearly 30,000 employees, BNP Paribas CIB is a globally recognised leader across capital markets, advisory and financing. We can offer you an exciting and international start to your career, a career where you, your ideas and your development matter.
We have a strong tradition of serving both individuals and companies and work continuously on behalf of our clients, helping them to realize their projects around the world. Our success is built on taking a long-term view, serving our clients and society responsibly, encouraging new ideas and giving our people the room to grow and innovate. If you think you might enjoy the fast-paced nature of the financial markets, are analytical, quick thinking and hungry to learn, we want to hear from you.
We offer Spring Insight Days, Summer Internships, Graduate Programmes and Long Term Internship opportunities throughout the year in a wide range of departments. Roles in Global Markets, Corporate Finance, IT and more will be available for application starting September 1st on www.graduates.bnpparibas.com.
Our deadline for Spring, Summer and Graduate applications is November 30th, 2016. We recruit for Long Term Internships, and certain graduate roles, on a rolling basis so do keep your eye on our website. #WORLDOFNEXT
Citi offers full-time, placement and internship opportunities across a number of its business areas, including;
• Investment Banking • Corporate Banking • Capital Markets Origination • Markets and Securities Services • Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS) • Private Bank • Risk Management • Human Resources • Technology.
Citi also offers insight programmes enabling students in their first year (or in their second year of a four year course) to experience first-hand the Citi culture and environment. Graduates interested in this industry with drive, commitment and a passion for learning are encouraged to apply.
250,000 people globally.
Since Citi opened its first office in New York in 1812, it has answered the needs of economies, businesses and communities in hundreds of cities, in over 160 countries, thriving in the most challenging times over a 200 year history. Citi’s global presence isn’t just a question of size, it’s a way of thinking.
A career with Citi means being part of a global firm that provides the most forward-thinking financial products and solutions to the most enterprising corporations, institutions, governments and individuals around the world.
Citi’s success is driven by its exceptional people – their passion, dedication and entrepreneurship – and it will be people just like you who will shape its future. At Citi, learning doesn’t stop at graduation and there are many ways to embark on a rewarding career path, enjoying the global opportunities and long-term training and development initiatives experienced by over 250,000 employees worldwide.
Our applications open in September and we recruit on a rolling basis and therefore encourage early applications.
Creative, adaptable and dedicated to performance, our people define the way we do business. Deutsche Bank values individual perspectives, yet is built on teamwork and collaboration. It’s the ideal place to realize your full potential in the global banking industry.
Balancing passion with precision, we compete to be the leading global provider of financial solutions, creating lasting value for our clients, shareholders, people and the communities in which we operate.
With a presence in over 70 countries and substantial revenue streams from all the major regions of the world, Deutsche Bank is well positioned to meet the challenges of the increasingly globalized world economy. We have opportunities for talented people around the world and across all our core businesses, which are listed below.
Corporate Banking & Securities consists of Markets and Corporate Finance. Markets combines the sales, trading and structuring of a wide range of financial products. Corporate Finance is responsible for mergers and acquisitions, including advisory debt and equity issuance and capital markets coverage.
Global Transaction Banking provides commercial banking products and services to corporate and financial institutions worldwide.
Asset & Wealth Management supports high and ultra high net worth individuals, retail and institutional clients across the globe. It provides a broad range of services from traditional to alternative investment products and integrated wealth management services.
Private & Business Clients ovides a broad range of banking services to private individuals and small and medium-sized businesses.
Our infrastructure functions, such as Risk, Group Technology & Operations, Finance and Human Resources, are the core of our day-to-day business, and allow us to set the standards in global banking.
We’re currently hiring in: Asset & Wealth Management • Corporate Banking & Securities (CB&S) including: Markets, Corporate Finance & Research • Finance • Global Transaction Banking • Group Technology & Operations (GTO) • Human Resources • Risk
To access full details of opportunities for high-performing students across our business divisions, please visit db.com/careers
You should have/expect a minimum of a 2:1 degree.
Goldman Sachs is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base, including corporations, financial institutions, governments and high-net-worth individuals.
At Goldman Sachs, you will have many opportunities to make an impact. The unique perspectives that our people bring to the firm and their shared passion for working on projects of great global, economic and social significance, help drive progress and create results.
From your first day, you will be immersed in a collaborative environment with people of all levels who share the firm’s values. Nearly everyone – from our junior analysts to our most senior leaders – is actively involved in recruiting talented people from a variety of backgrounds, because we recognise that a diverse workforce enables us to serve our clients most effectively and in the most innovative ways.
The diversity of talents and educational backgrounds in our people is crucial to our performance and business success. To that end, we are committed to an environment that values diversity, promotes inclusion and encourages teamwork.
Whatever your background or area of academic study, we value the intellect, personality and integrity of an individual. While an interest in and appreciation for finance is important, one’s personal qualities are key.
32,000 employees in over 69 offices
New Analyst Program, Summer Internships, Work Placements, Spring Internships
Varies across programmes (please see goldmansachs.com/careers for details)
Working with a team committed to being the best. Earning the trust of our clients. Demanding excellence of yourself. That’s what it means to be part of J.P. Morgan. Join us and you’ll help shape the future of one of the most respected financial institutions in the world. We play a leading role in helping markets grow and companies develop in more than 100 countries.
We are looking for team players and future leaders with exceptional drive, creativity and interpersonal skills. Impeccable academic credentials are important, but so are your achievements outside the classroom.
Start early and get yourself noticed.
Career opportunities are available firm-wide, so it pays to find out as much as possible about the industry, our business areas, the roles we offer and what we are looking for before you apply.
For those graduating in 2017, we have multiple spring week programmes across our various lines of businesses – Spring Week: Inside the Industry (Investment Banking and CIB Risk), Spring Week: Experience the Markets, Spring Week: Technology, Spring Week: Winning Women, and Spring into Bournemouth.
Summer internship opportunities are available in the following areas
• Asset Management
• CIB Risk
• Human Resources
• Investment Banking
• Investor Services
• Private Bank
• Quantitative Research
• Sales, Trading & Research
• Treasury Services
Applications for the 2016 internships and spring week programmes will be accepted
starting in autumn 2015.
Morgan Stanley is a leading financial services firm. Our vision and goals can only be achieved through hiring, training and rewarding the best people. Morgan Stanley is a true global citizen, with offices around the world filled with talented, passionate people bringing excellence and integrity to everything we do. As technology links us closer together, the firm is in a unique position to address the increasingly global needs of our clients.
Our attention is on the future, even though we draw strength from our successful past. We are focused on new ideas and groundbreaking financial products. We believe capital creates change and that it can be channelled in such a way that we do well in business while also seeding goodness in the world. This is why we are working with visionary businesses and individuals to generate funding to finance innovative ideas for a better future.
Analyst Programmes, Internships, Industrial Placements, Spring Insight Programmes
Gaining work experience before you graduate adds great value for you and for us. We offer internships that give promising penultimate-year students the chance to experience one of our nine key business areas in an enjoyable and intellectually challenging way. In addition to our 10-week summer programs, we also run industrial placements and off-cycle internships, plus give you the opportunity to join us for a look behind the scenes at one of our insight events. While allowing you to experience Morgan Stanley and our culture first hand, internships and industrial placements also serve us well. They provide the #1 pipeline for our full-time programs.
The graduate program
Like our Internships, the Morgan Stanley Graduate Programs are open to students who demonstrate the entrepreneurial drive, teamwork and communication skills needed to take our business forward. We see it as a challenge to the best and brightest; an invitation to be part of the next generation of leaders who not only create capital but also advance culture, science and humanity through commerce. The structured program is designed to hone your negotiation and networking abilities as well as equip you with specialist knowledge of your chosen area.
Summer Internships, Industrial Placements and Spring Insight Programme: December 2015.
Nomura is an Asia-headquartered financial services group with an integrated global network spanning over 30 countries. By ‘Connecting Markets East & West’, Nomura services the needs of individuals, institutions, corporates and governments through its three business divisions: Retail, Asset Management, and Wholesale (Global Markets and Investment Banking). Founded in 1925, the firm is built on a tradition of disciplined entrepreneurship, serving clients with creative solutions and considered thought leadership.
We offer a range of graduate and internship programmes across three key areas; investment banking, global markets and corporate infrastructure.
Internship opportunities can include a 10 week spring or summer internship in London or a 3-6 month internship in one of our regional offices. Internships are the perfect preparation for a subsequent full time role. Nomura will extend full time offers to strong performers to return to the company the following year. To apply for an internship position with Nomura in 2017, candidates should be available for full time employment by July 2018.
To apply for a full time position within investment banking, global markets or corporate infrastructure, candidates should be available for full time employment by July 2017.
The recruitment process for the graduate programme consists of three first round interviews (two competency interviews and one case study interview) with junior representatives. If you are applying for an internship, you will attend two first round interviews (one competency interview and one case study interview). If successful, the final round interviews for both full-time and internship positions will consist of four competency based interviews with senior representatives.
At Nomura our goal is to attract and develop exceptionally talented people who share our passion for individual excellence and our commitment to teamwork. We recruit graduates with a high level of academic and extra-curricular achievement, who will be able to withstand the rigours of a rapidly changing, demanding but ultimately rewarding environment. Fluency in English is essential and fluency in other languages is advantageous.
We assess candidates using a range of key competencies which include; problem solving, analytical skills, teamwork, leadership, communication skills, professional presence and initiative. All of these competencies are equally weighted and we look for evidence of these in your CV, cover letter and throughout the interview process. We will also need to be convinced of your interest and commitment to the financial services industry and to Nomura in particular.
For further information about Nomura, please visit www.nomura.com/careers.
Inside & Out is an investment banking insight event for 1st and 2nd year lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* undergraduates of all degree disciplines (i.e. finishing studies in 2019 and 2020).
A career in investment banking is highly competitive and extremely challenging, so it’s important that you have a strong academic background. If you are to attend, you should have achieved good grades at A-level (300+ UCAS points from top 3 A Levels or equivalent). Of course we will take any mitigating circumstances you provide into account. Because of the wide range of careers we offer, we welcome applications from all degree disciplines, so you don’t have to be studying a traditional finance-related subject to apply. What you will need is a real desire to find out all you can about the industry, as well as the wide range of intern and full-time opportunities on offer.
The event will take place in September 2017 in Central London (travel expenses will be reimbursed).
Reasonable travel expenses within the UK will be reimbursed.
Year Attended Inside & Out: 2015
University and Course Studied: Studying for an MBA at London Business School
Which bank you completed an internship with: Citi (Summer)
Why did you find Inside & Out useful? It was amazing to meet seniors from all the top banks, hear how they leverage their authenticity at work and assess the distinctive cultures of the banks attending
Year Attended Inside & Out: 2012
University and Course Studied: Banking and International Finance at Cass Business School
Which bank you completed an internship with: J.P. Morgan (Summer & Graduate)
Why did you find Inside & Out useful? The diversity of thought in the LGBT community is its biggest strength. Attending the event allowed me to extend my network to draw on that pool of talents and opinions.
Year Attended Inside & Out: 2011
University and Course Studied: Management at London School of Economics
Which bank you completed an internship with: Citi (Spring), Deutsche Bank (Spring & Summer) and Morgan Stanley (Spring)
Why did you find Inside & Out useful? I realised that I am not alone in being gay in banking. It was very enlightening hearing senior bankers discuss their experiences, and most particularly how much the attitude towards LGBT has changed over the past few decades. This helps me appreciate how fortunate I am to be born in an area where I can comfortably be myself at work.
To find out when applications open for 2017, please register your interest using the form below. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
Inside & Out is for 1st and 2nd year lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* undergraduates of all degree disciplines finishing studies in 2019 and 2020 with at least 300 UCAS points in your top 3 A Levels or equivalent.
Many people assume that investment banking is predominantly white, male, middle class and heterosexual. That may have been true in the past, but it’s far from the case today. In fact, because the investment banking industry is an intensely performance-focused environment, people are judged very much on what they do, rather than where they come from or who they are. This makes for a surprisingly diverse workforce not just in terms of sexuality, but also in terms of gender, race and background.
Another common myth is that investment banking is a cutthroat, ruthless industry where individuals can expect very little support. This assumption doesn’t take into account that high performance requires respect and collaboration. The most important asset for an investment bank is the talent they have, so recognising diversity and fostering an inclusive culture is actually a business-critical issue for all banks.
All of the banks profiled on this site have LGBT employee networks, and recognise the value they add to a diverse workforce. In general, such networks can provide development and mentoring opportunities, as well as organising great social events and activities. They offer a chance to mix with fellow employees from all levels, allowing you to build connections right across the business. They also serve as the voice of the LGBT population and can help drive change and shape policy.
That is entirely up to you. Some people are more comfortable being ‘out’ than others – it’s a decision only you can make. You can mention your sexuality on the application form, during interviews or after an offer has been made, or you may decide that you’re not prepared to discuss your personal life at work.
The choice is yours.
Although knowledge of finance is not essential for many careers within investment banking, you will need to demonstrate a genuine interest in, and motivation for, the area that you are applying for. Most banks run intensive formal training schemes tailored to the needs of each business area, which ensure every graduate joiner has the required skills to be successful in their roles.
Banks typically look for people who combine a mix of skills and aptitudes, and who can contribute to a culture of teamwork and achievement. You will need an excellent record of personal accomplishment, along with impressive academic credentials. Most programmes will require you to have a 2:1 or above in any academic discipline.
There is no preference shown to graduates from specific universities – banks recruit talented people from universities across the UK and internationally.
The investment banking industry is constantly evolving because our clients are constantly evolving. With that change, comes enormous opportunity for both personal and professional development and mobility. Opportunities won’t necessarily come to you – it’s up to you to seek them out. The global nature of investment banking will offer those opportunities.
All participating banks in Inside and Out continue to recruit a large number of interns on to their 1st and 2nd year programmes. A large amount of interns hired are then converted on to their full time programmes.
Most unsuccessful applications for a place on an internship or graduate scheme are due to a candidate’s inability to demonstrate commercial awareness, knowledge of, and motivation for, the investment banking industry. Candidates are expected to show evidence that they’re right for the sector through their studies, work experiences or interests. Coming along to an event like this will put you in good stead and is something you can add to your CV.