Pubblicato su stage4eu il: 15/04/2019 ABN AMRO, Global Clearing Talent Programme - Traineeship

ABN AMRO Clearing
Gustav Mahlerlaan 10, Amsterdam, Paesi Bassi
Contabilità e finanza
12 mesi 
L'offerta scade il 31/05/2019
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Depending on your preferences you will be based in Amsterdam, Chicago or Sydney. In the first weeks you and your fellow graduates will attend the Global Talent Programme training in Amsterdam in which you’ll get to know the ins and outs of the bank. Besides a broad training to get to know the business, working on your personal development is a key component of the programme. Sessions are facilitated by experts, professional trainers and ABN AMRO Clearing managers. Together they will give you a solid basis for your future role within Clearing. You will be part of an international group of graduates allowing you to build a global network. A great start to your ABN AMRO Clearing career!In the 12-month programme, you are offered 3 business rotations. You’ll take full responsibility for your own assignments. You could, for instance, be working on product or service improvements or you may be involved in developing a new risk model. You will have 2 rotations in your ‘home’ country – the office where you applied - and in 1 rotation you will gain experience abroad working in, for example, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, Chicago, London or Amsterdam. During your rotations, you’ll get to know different parts of the organisation. You’ll get a chance to branch out into the fields of Risk, Finance, IT, Operations or Commerce; broadening your knowledge base and network. After 12 months, you’ll be ready to start in your first role at ABN AMRO Clearing. 

Requisiti principali:

•    Bachelor’s degree, preferably followed by a Master’s degree;
•    Experience abroad or demonstrated international interest;
•    Affinity with the financial sector and markets, new technologies

You’re attracted to the global financial markets, you are highly analytical and you embrace technological developments.