From handling risk to building on your technical knowledge, you’ll develop a wealth of skills on this rotational program. You’ll learn about an exciting, global function, gain hands-on experience, and add value to the work of your team.
What to expect
Your journey will start with four weeks of intense training designed to introduce you to various topics, including; accounting, finance, stock and bond analysis. After this, you’ll begin the first of three eight-month long rotations in our New York offices – with potential to work in London for part of that time. Here, you’ll be placed in one of the key areas of Risk, including Credit, Operational, Treasury and Model. Throughout these rotations, you’ll have the opportunity to:
and analyze financial statements
and maintain industry and counterparty credit reviews and ratings
and report on a product’s risk profile
- Assist in handling trade requests, including analyzing transaction-specific risks
- On-board new clients and ensure counterparty data is complete and accurate
How you'll develop
In our business, managing risk is more than just strategically important; it’s essential across the board. As a part of this team, you’ll help us determine the level of risk considered appropriate for our client, group of clients or other legal entity. You’ll be a part of a vital area in our international company.
Your role as a Risk Analyst will sit within the Risk Function of our trans-Atlantic bank, with a network of people around to support you – senior leaders and peers alike. You’ll have many opportunities to take part in informal and formal training, connect with junior and senior mentors, network at program events, receive detailed performance feedback and give back to the community through volunteer events. This could be the beginning of an incredible career. If you perform well, you could even be promoted to Assistant Vice President.
Beyond this, you’ll find plenty of additional training available to help you expand your mind further and create smarter solutions. A mix of formal and informal Continued Learning programs will give you the knowledge you need, exactly when you need it. As you progress, detailed performance coaching and feedback from both your group and your Program Management team will keep you on a path to promotion.
Who thrives here
problem solvers from any educational or career background will thrive well
here. However, you must have a keen interest in banking and finance, and clear intellectual
curiosity. It is also strongly recommended you have course experience in
accounting, finance, business, liberal arts or economics. And we also look for
resourcefulness, communication skills, teamwork mentality, enthusiasm and an
entrepreneurial spirit, often shown through participation in extracurricular
activities and prior work experience.