Business Course 25/26 November
Learn the Tricks of Trading in Our Business Course 2016 25th and 26th of November
Always wondered what it’s like to work at Flow Traders? Apply for our Business Course 2016, and maybe you will be selected to join our two-day program. Learn from the best during our master classes, trading cases and simulations. We also offer plenty of action-packed activities outside of the office, since work hard play hard is our motto. Ready for the ultimate trading experience?
Do You Have What It Takes?
Are you currently studying for a Master’s degree and do you have a demonstrable interest in trading? Do you have an innovative and creative mind and excellent mental arithmetic skills to boot? Can you spot opportunities and are you assertive enough to seize them? We are looking for competitive, ambitious and outgoing candidates to apply for our Business Course 2016.
What To Expect
Our two-day program offers a sneak peek behind the scenes atFlow Traders. You will learn the tricks of the trading industry directly from our traders, analysts and CEO. Interesting lectures and competitive games on the trading floor are followed by action-packed outdoor activities, relaxing drinks and a dinner with our traders. Successful completion of our Business Course 2016 means you can instantly apply for a junior trader position at Flow Traders.
The Application Procedure
To participate in our Business Course 2016, please upload your resume and cover letter before the 1st of November. If you are selected, we will ask you to do an (online) numerical test. Depending on the results, we will invite you to join our two-day program. Only a limited number of talented candidates receive this opportunity. Do you think you have what it takes? Apply now!
About Flow Traders
Flow Traders is a principal trading firm and one of the world’s largest liquidity providers in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). We started in 2004 and have remained as ambitious, innovative and dynamic as we were on day one. Unlike other financial institutions we promote an informal and relaxed company culture. No sharp suits in our office, jeans and sneakers will do just fine.