Asset Management Graduate Programme

Gain experience in international finance with our Alternatives and Investments teams and learn about managing funds and portfolios. You’ll be supported by a home team who will set you up for success.

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HSBC Asset Management develops and manages investment management products and services for clients around the world, from individual retail customers to major multinational corporate clients, sovereign wealth funds and financial institution clients.

You’ll learn about Asset Management’s investment processes and build an understanding of stock selection, portfolio construction, and ongoing portfolio management.

You’ll analyse and interpret economic developments and key trends in various financial markets and products, to inform views which are shared with internal and external clients. This may involve conducting bespoke research and analysis, as well as participating in conferences and seminars, and creating presentations.

You’ll predominantly work in Investment teams, supporting either a designated product or asset class like Fixed Income or Equity, or supporting a capability area like Real Estate or Private Debt.

You’ll also spend time supporting projects and job shadowing in areas including Sales and Operations, so you gain an understanding of the core operations of the business.

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For: Final-year bachelor's, master's or postgraduate students, or recent graduates
Duration: Eighteen months
Areas: Asset Management - Alternatives and Investments
Start date: July 2023 onwards

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