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01 Feb 2013

  • Job Type: Internship
  • Profession: Investment Banking, Technology in Finance & Consultancy
  • Start Date: Unspecified
  • Number of Positions: 50
  • Location: London
  • UCAS Points: 320
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Degree Required: 2:1

The European component of our Summer Analyst Programme is run out of our London office in the heart of the City, overlooking the Thames.

There are opportunities for 2013 in many areas to suit the interests of driven and focused students:

• Global Markets
• Global Investment Banking
• Finance
• Risk Management
• Information Technology
• Operations

Summer Analysts will gain hands-on experience within a division of the bank and career-building mentorship. Every year we recruit successful applicants into our London office that convert to our full-time Analyst programmes the following year.

Training & Development

You will receive both class-room and e-learning based training, as well as mid and end-of-summer reviews as well as constructive feedback from your business manager throughout your placement.

The programme also features a Global Speaker Series – regular information sessions given by our leading market professionals. There are also several educational and social events throughout the eight week programme.

Great care and resources have been devoted to ensure that at the end of the programme you have a solid understanding of the elements necessary for a successful career at RBC Capital Markets.

What do we look for?

We look for well-rounded individuals with outstanding academic records, proven analytical skills, a demonstrated interest in finance and a history of participation in extracurricular activities. Other essential qualities we look for include strong oral and written communication skills, proven leadership capabilities, initiative, and the ability to play a key role as a team member in a fast-paced and challenging work environment. Fluency in a second European language is not required, but would be an advantage.

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