Credit Suisse Spring Analyst Program: Investment Banking Department, Fixed Income and Equities
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- Date posted: 06/12/2011
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- Position Type: Part-Time
- Job Category: Analytical
- Vacancy Reference: 2011050
Start Date: March/April 2012
Credit Suisse is a forward-thinking financial services firm providing private banking, investment banking and asset management services to clients worldwide. We're a stable global bank with a long heritage in the financial services industry.
To look from the outside of one of our offices, it's difficult to get a feel for our business. But the moment you meet one of our people and understand our approach to global finance is the moment you start to realize that Credit Suisse is something more than just a big building. You can find out more by joining our Spring Program, a five day scheme, that aims to introduce you to the investment banking industry and give you a realistic understanding of what our world is like.
You will join us in our London office in the Investment Banking Division (including Fixed Income and Equities). While you'll focus primarily on these areas, you'll also get exposure to other businesses. You will take part in skills sessions, CV workshops and business information sessions, as well as social and networking events.
What We Look For
You'll need to have or be studying for a Bachelors or Masters qualification (or equivalent), with an excellent academic record in any discipline. Excellent analytical and organizational skills are also pre-requisites, along with the ability to deliver accurate work and perform well under pressure.
The Spring Program is designed for first-year students of a three-year degree course, or second-year students of a four-year course, who are considering a career in banking. Applicants must be able to start full-time employment in July 2014.
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