Global Liquidity and Cash Management Internship

Learn how we support corporate clients, financial institutions, and the public sector to manage their working capital, optimise returns on surplus funds, and enhance their treasury efficiency.

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You’ll work with different teams to support clients ranging from small local businesses to large corporations, banks, and governments

We’ll help you develop expertise in product development, meeting clients, business, and risk management with one of the following teams: Sales, Product Management, Client Management, Business Management, and the Chief Control Office.

You’ll be responsible for supporting strategic initiatives as part of a larger workstream. And you’ll learn about HSBC’s products as you create internal presentations and support senior leaders.

Top performers will be considered for our Global Liquidity and Cash Management Graduate Programme, which will provide you with future career prospects in transaction banking.

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For: Penultimate year undergraduates
Duration: 5 to 16 weeks (depending on programme and country or territory)
Areas: Global Liquidity and Cash Management
Start date: June 2023 onwards

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