Two and a half years might not seem like much, but joining the Cross Asset Structuring team in New York, these 30 months will define your whole career trajectory. Learn the analytical and business skills to drive results for teams bank-wide, and find out just how far you’ll go.
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What to expect
It starts with intense training: seven weeks where we’ll surround you with all the skills, product and business knowledge you need to succeed.
You’ll join a high-intensity, results-oriented team environment as part of the Cross Asset Structuring team in New York. This global team interacts closely with Sales, Trading and Research teams as well as control and infrastructure partners to deliver innovative client solutions.
You’ll get involved in developing and executing structured derivative solutions linked to equities, funds and hybrid underlyings, as well as cross-asset quantitative investment strategies. In short, you’ll immerse yourself in a complex world, you’ll get to grips with a wide range of products and clients and, with our support, you’ll make a huge success of it – for your career and for our global business alike.
How you’ll develop
Your ambitions are yours to achieve – but there are so many people here to help you. In this supportive, collaborative environment, you’ll build lasting links with peers, senior leaders, and even clients. And of course, your dedicated program manager will be on hand even beyond your first few years with us, helping you:
- Participate in formal and informal training, meeting your individual needs
- Receive performance coaching and build on feedback
- Find opportunities to expand your network and build leadership skills
- Follow the path from our analyst program to Assistant Vice President
Who thrives here
People who want their team to thrive. You’re positive, you communicate well, and you’re also a motivated self-starter. You can take control of a whole series of tasks and never take your eye off the ball: you’ll get the work done and solve any puzzle, guaranteed.
There’s no specific major we look for, but finance and banking are a central part of our everyday, so you’ll need to share our passion and be curious to learn more. Analytical and quantitative skills are a must, of course, and a little programming or database experience would be useful too, though not essential.