Through this programme, you will gain in-depth knowledge of Finance whilst being exposed to a wide breadth of finance disciplines, such as:
Treasury - Understand key drivers for liquidity for Nomura entities, analyse the liquidity position of Nomura entities, manage the liquidity systems and data feeds that support stress testing for certain business / product lines, and provide commentary to Treasury management on changes in the liquidity profile of individual entities.
Product Control - Review daily trading activity to ensure correct accounting and P&L recognition treatment, perform independent price testing of trading portfolios using market data and internal models, conduct P&L discussions with trading desks at the end of each day, provide explanation of trading P&L and reporting to Product Control, and management of the consolidated weekly, monthly and quarterly commentaries.
Financial Resource Management - Understand the balance sheet and capital position of Nomura entities, analyse key issues around P&L, balance sheet and capital management, manage databases and modelling projections of financial resources into the future, and provide inputs into internal and external communication around key challenges and solutions for resource related issues.
Tax - Assist with preparation of UK corporate tax returns to meet all UK group compliance obligations, assist with the EMEA quarterly tax provisioning / reporting process, become familiar with key concepts within Corporate and VAT tax law, and advise on operational tax matters including withholding tax obligations and various stamp duties.
At Nomura our goal is to attract and develop exceptionally talented people who share our passion for individual excellence and our commitment to teamwork. We recruit graduates and interns with a high level of academic and extra-curricular achievement, who will be able to withstand the rigours of a rapidly changing, demanding but ultimately rewarding environment. As an intern, you should be in your penultimate year at university and on track to achieve a 2:1 or equivalent. Fluency in English is essential.