Markets Graduate Programme

Learn how to thrive on the fast-paced, exciting, and dynamic Sales and Trading floor. Get hands-on experience with a variety of products across asset classes by working with supportive and experienced professionals in sales, trading, and structuring.

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You can choose to work with either a variety of Sales or Trading desks based on your preference.

You’ll be responsible for researching and developing trade ideas, as well as supporting the development of client portfolios.

You’ll compete in virtual trading exercises to test your knowledge and sharpen your decision-making skills.

You’ll collaborate with teams across the floor to deliver the best solutions for our clients.

You’ll have the opportunity to drive and shape our business through personal innovation and entrepreneurship.

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For: Final year students or recent graduates
Duration: Two years
Areas: Markets - Sales and Trading
Start date: July 2023 onwards
Location: UAE
Dubai - Markets
Requirements: You will have achieved a GPA of 2.8 or equivalent grade (as appears on your official University transcript or Degree certificate). You are a UAE National holding a Family Book. Be fluent in English and Arabic. Be legally permitted to work in the UAE. Please note that you can only make one application each recruitment cycle. Candidates should make an informed decision before applying by reviewing the different business areas and location sections on our website.
Applications open: 1 November 2022
Applications close: 30 April 2023
Start date: July 2023 onwards

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