Securities Services Internship

Gain insight into how we connect clients, and their investors, to investment opportunities across the globe; safekeeping their assets, valuing their portfolios and settling their transactions.

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During your 10 weeks with us, you’ll be part of one our teams such as Product Management, Sales, Client Account Management, Strategy, Digital & Innovation, Chief Operating Office and/ or the Non-Financial Risk Office.

- You’ll be responsible for supporting and delivering a project that will give you direct experience with - and knowledge of - our business, products and services.

In some roles you could be working directly with clients, while in other roles your customers may be other colleagues and teams in the bank.

You’ll have opportunities to spend time with our current Graduates and connect with other interns to share with and learn from each other.

You’ll work closely with your placement manager, direct team, intern sponsor and a variety of other colleagues who will help you develop your knowledge and capabilities so that you’re set up to succeed.

For successful interns, this internship is a stepping stone to our Graduate Programme where you will be able to gain more knowledge and experience in Securities Services.

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For: Penultimate year undergraduates
Duration: 5 to 16 weeks (depending on programme and country or territory)
Areas: Securities Services
Start date: May 2023 onwards

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