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31 Dec 2016

  • Job Type: Internship
  • Profession: Investment Banking, Technology in Finance & Consultancy
  • Duration: Eight weeks
  • Start Date: Unspecified
  • Location: UK (London, Kent & Surrey), Europe & Asia
  • UCAS Points: 2017 Internship Opportunities
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Degree Required: 2:1

Fidelity International invests money on behalf of institutions and private individuals.

Because we’re privately owned, we’re fully focused on the long-term interests of our clients – with both the commitment and the resources to provide the investment expertise, technology and service innovation needed to help them achieve their financial goals.

We have offices in 24 countries across Europe, Asia Pacific, India, the Middle East and South America, giving us a globally diverse capability network

You don’t need to have a degree in Finance or Economics to work in asset management. We are open to considering any degree subject, so long as you are engaged, smart and intellectually curious.

You will start your internship with a one-week introduction to investing and asset management, and learn other key and technical skills that you’ll use during your time with us. You will experience a first-hand insight into the business and have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of social and networking events.

An internship with us is your time to decide whether a career in asset management is for you and your opportunity to convince us that that you’re the kind of person we could be looking for.

Intern Opportunities:

 We offer a multitude of rewarding internship opportunities for students in their penultimate year of university study that will recognise and develop your skills and help you fulfil your potential. We offer opportunities on a structured summer internship programme as well as longer-term 6 to 12 month placements in certain business areas.

  • Equity Research
  • Fixed Income
  • Multi Asset
  • European Sales and Marketing
  • Business Management
  • Operational Management
  • Technology
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