You’ll help us protect our reputation, financial health and long-term interests by helping us identify, measure and control risks.
- Support business areas on laws, regulations and rules that govern their day-to-day activities
- Examine the risk of complex transactions,
- Advise the business of regulatory development
- Analyse and evaluate risk modeling techniques
- Help us protect our reputation, financial health and long-term interests by helping us identify, measure and control risks.
You’ll work in Group Risk Control. As a part of the risk function, you will help us identify, assess, advise, decide, monitor and report on credit, market and operational risks, recommending appropriate mitigating actions. As part of the compliance function, you will focus on the regulatory and compliance framework applicable to the global compliance and operational risk control function of our investment banking division.
You need to be in the last two years of your degree and have, or be on track for, a 2:1 or the equivalent in your first undergraduate degree. It doesn’t matter what you’re studying. (Really, it doesn’t.)
But we’d like to see evidence that you can:
- Analyse a problem, take a view and come to a decision
- Plan, organise and communicate well
- Make things happen
- Stick with a task
- Work in a team
- Come up with ideas
Perhaps you’ve organised a fundraising event or taken part in team sports? Or persevered and passed an exam in a subject you found challenging? Think about how things you’ve achieved match the skills we’re after.
On this 12 month industrial placement, you’ll get to join one of our teams in IT, Risk, Compliance and Operational Risk Control, or Communications and Branding. You’ll still be working toward your university degree course while getting the opportunity to be a real part of the team, working with our experts and learning about the industry, our clients, our firm and a specific area of it. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to develop new skills and make contacts. And if you impress us, your placement may result into a career-track graduate position.