What to expect
We’re looking for the future leaders of Global Liquidity and Cash Management — and this starts with our 10-week internship (please note the programme is 16 weeks in Canada). You will need to be forward-thinking, driven, perceptive and open to different ideas and cultures and enjoy being part of a team.
After a week of induction, you’ll complete a nine-week placement that will build your expertise in one of the following areas across GLCM: Product, e-Commerce, Client Management, Business Management, Sales or Business Risk Control Management.
You’ll also be able to take part in our sustainability initiatives. Our volunteering programme, for example, could help you to develop new skills, while contributing to the communities in which we work.
We offer a market-competitive pay and benefits package according to your location. As well as comprehensive training, you will be paid throughout your internship.
Learning and development
Your induction programme will help you to understand HSBC's strategy, culture and values, and how each function operates and what its business impact is. Structured training will help you to become familiar with relevant products, systems and customers, and increase your knowledge of the Global Liquidity and Cash Management business, our regulatory environment and changes in the financial markets.
You’ll be set measurable objectives and receive feedback throughout the 10 weeks. There will be many people to offer you support. Your manager will be able to give you guidance on your career options. You’ll be assigned a mentor who will help you to get the most out of the experience, and a buddy to share ideas with and call on for advice. There will be regular business and social events to attend so you can build a network of global contacts, which will prove invaluable to you in the future.
You could secure a place on our Global Liquidity and Cash Management team on completion of your studies, the next stage on the journey to a successful career in cash management.
We are looking for Explorers; people who can search for international opportunities and enable us to develop products and services for governments, corporates and institutions.
We assess all applicants against our values and our global graduate capability framework. Information on our recruitment and selection process can be found on our hints and tips page.