Posted on :
1 Jun, 2012
We’ve designed the programmes in three distinct sections, giving you the chance to gain extensive exposure and experience. You’ll start by focusing on building your technical and soft skills through classroom-based training. After this, you’ll rotate through all the business units in CIB, developing a broad understanding of our products, teams and clients. Finally, you’ll spend at least six months specialising and developing your expertise in your chosen area of interest.
Through your rotations, you’ll experience a wide range of work, from research and job shadowing to attending client meetings and functions, report writing and analysis. After experiencing the sheer variety of roles available in our business, you’ll be able to identify the work that suits you best.
Your rotations will be in these business areas:
As the investment world shifts its attention to Africa, our global markets team is at the forefront, providing trading, sales, structuring and risk management solutions for our clients across different time zones and continents.
It’s an exciting, high-pressure environment where you’ll thrive on the fast pace and tight deadlines of the trading floor. Working alongside some of the best in the business, you’ll gain hands-on experience as well as direct exposure to all our global markets areas, including foreign exchange, commodities, equity, credit, fixed income and debt instruments. In short, in our constantly changing environment you’ll never stand still.
In this division we provide efficient, tailored solutions for larger corporates, governments, financial institutions and international counterparties. Our comprehensive advisory services include mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, corporate restructurings and research. We also deliver a full range of financing solutions including term lending, structured debt finance, asset finance, project finance and structured trade and commodity finance. Our specialist teams focus on industry sectors that are most relevant to African and other emerging markets. These include mining and metals; oil, gas and renewables; telecommunications and media; power and infrastructure; agribusiness; and financial institutions.