Citi, the leading global bank, has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management.
Citi’s success is driven by its exceptional people – their passion, dedication and entrepreneurship – and it will be people with these qualities who will shape its future. At Citi, learning doesn’t stop at graduation and they provide one the best learning and development programmes in banking. Whatever the degree there is a chance to excel at Citi and become of part global firm that provides the most forward-thinking financial products and solutions to the most enterprising corporations, institutions, governments and individuals around the world.
Citi offers full-time, placement and internship opportunities across a number of its business areas, including Investment Banking, Corporate Banking, Capital Markets Origination, Markets and Securities Services, Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS), Private Bank, Risk Management, Human Resources, Operations and Technology.
Citi also offers insight programmes enabling students in their first year (or in their second year of a four year course) to experience first-hand the Citi culture and environment. The most successful candidates on these programmes will also secure an assessment centre for a place on the following years internship. Graduates interested in this industry with drive, commitment and a passion for learning are encouraged to apply.
This is the opportunity to be part of an exciting period in the development of the global financial services industry, working with the brightest minds to drive responsible, positive change within Citi and beyond.
To discover more about Citi, visit www.oncampus.citi.com
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