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Our Global Banking Internships will inspire you to apply your skills in an international business and allow you to explore your interests within either Corporate Banking, Investment Banking or Global Liquidity and Cash Management.
For: Penultimate-year students (June/July start), or final-year students and recent graduates (for off-cycle Feb/Mar start)
Duration: 5 to 16 weeks
Areas: Corporate Banking, Corporate Banking (off-cycle), Investment Banking or Investment Banking (off-cycle)
Start date: June 2022 onwards
Regardless of what subject you have studied, on our competitively paid internship you will explore the work we do in Corporate Banking, Investment Banking or Global Liquidity and Cash Management by becoming involved in real, challenging projects.
What you can expect
You will gain an introduction to one of the most dynamic areas of our business. We drive the growth of our clients’ businesses through a balance of generating trust and analysing markets in order to raise capital. Whether you are in Corporate Banking or Investment Banking you will be involved in exciting projects that will give you an insight into how determination, courageous decision-making and logical thinking are essential to our work and how these businesses work collaboratively together. You will learn about the products and services we offer across our international network and connect with supportive colleagues in multiple areas. With their help and guidance, and some formal training, you will build your strengths so you can drive your development further.
Global Liquidity and Cash Management is an exciting environment servicing the full range of HSBC clients from small local businesses to large corporates, other banks and governments spanning the globe. Here, you will gain insight into how our colleagues work together to meet client needs; supporting them in optimising their cash flows, providing greater security, at a lower cost. You will learn how treasury functions look to optimise capital management, manage their surplus cash, optimise interest earnings, and manage global payables, receivables and everything in between.
What you will do
As an intern in Investment Banking, you will get a taste of how we work and advise our clients to support them achieving their long-term strategic goals. Working alongside senior team members and industry experts, you will develop and deepen your skills and financial knowledge and get a broad overview of the different activities and products offered by HSBC globally. You will work in a team on a number of tasks including modelling, pitch books and other work streams related to the execution of projects for our clients.
Your time here will be challenging and you’ll gain a breadth of experiences and gain a good understanding of what we do, from debt and equity capital raising, advisory, corporate lending, leveraged finance, real assets and structured finance, real estate, infrastructure, project and export finance. Requirements
You will graduate with an undergraduate or post graduate Degree in or before June 2023. Currently hold a 3.2 cumulative GPA or overseas equivalent. You will not require visa sponsorship for employment in the US now or in the future including OPT and F-1 visa. Be fluent in English and be legally permitted to work in the US.