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Deadline

08 Jan 2017

  • Job Type: Graduate Job
  • Profession: Investment Banking
  • Start Date: August 2017
  • Location: Central London
  • UCAS Points: 2017 UK Technology Analyst Program
  • Disciplines Recruited From: All Degree Disciplines
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Application Details: For more information about our opportunities, our events and how to apply please go to www.mufgcampus.com

As technology is constantly evolving so will your learning. Our technology graduate programme will enable you to develop your skills by working with a wide range of technology systems and programming languages including C++, Java, .NET, SQL Server, Sybase and Oracle to name a few.

Technology touches every part of our organisation from our traders placing a trade to our risk managers utilising technology to analysis our risk exposure. Technology is integral to what we do and it’s why we invest so much in developing state of the art infrastructure.

As part of your daily role, you will have the opportunity work with employees from across the organisation and learn from some of the best technologists in the industry. You will also be allocated a buddy and mentor to make sure you have all the support you need to fulfil your potential

Who We Are

We are MUFG. With over 350 years of heritage and more than 140,000 employees in 40 countries, we’ve grown to become one of the top five banks in the world. We offer stability in an ever-changing market and provide services to high-profile clients across the globe. You’ll help us go further.

MUFG’s Securities business offers a comprehensive product suite to clients around the world through five key business lines in the primary and secondary markets: Capital Markets, Credit, Rates, Equities, and Structured Products. Our Group’s size gives us stability, yet we remain agile, entrepreneurial, and specialist. It’s a rare blend – one that defines our positive culture and allows us to offer a better balance in investment banking.

What To Expect

You’ll start with the same four week training as the rest of the Firm-Wide Graduate Class, because, to create the technology that drives our business, it’s crucial that you understand what we do. You’ll also take part in two rotations within different Technology areas – giving you hand-on experience of working on live projects and exposure to a wide range of technology systems and programming languages such as C++, Java, .NET, SQL Server, Sybase and Oracle.

As a part of our 12 month Technology Graduate Programme, you’ll tackle, and help to solve, some of the most complex problems we face. You will help provide cutting-edge solutions for areas across the business and will need to understand the IT needs of a host of key functions, and then help us respond with market leading innovation. Your ideas will be heard and right from the start you will be given real responsibility and have the ability to make a valuable contribution.

With opportunities across our different technical teams and technologies from Business Intelligence to Front office Solutions team, you’ll experience the entire breadth of the technology that helps us grow.

Whichever business area you join, our programme will be tailored to your needs, allowing you to gain the skills and knowledge required to fulfil your potential.

Join Our Team

We look for talented, motivated and ambitious people who will be able to help drive our business forward. Successful candidates will:

  • have excellent communication skills
  • have strong interest in Technology and be open to learning in fast paced environment
  • have good knowledge of programming languages e.g. C++, Java, .NET, SQL Server, Sybase and Oracle
  • have high levels of motivation and integrity
  • Have good problem-solving and analytical-thinking skills.
  • be innovative and have the ability to generate new and creative ideas
  • have a true interest in Financial Services and Capital Markets
  • be in their final year of study
  • have obtained a minimum 2:1, or be in line for a minimum 2:1 (or equivalent) at undergraduate level
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