Investment banking


Intern placement – credit trading - 12 month contract

09 January England - Greater London, London Intership

Crédit Agricole CIB is the Corporate and Investment Banking arm of the Crédit Agricole Group, the world's n°13 bank measured by Tier One Capital (The Banker, July 2017).
The Bank offers its clients a comprehensive range of products and services structured around six major divisions:

• Client Coverage & International Network

• International Trade & Transaction Banking

• Global Investment Banking

• Structured Finance

• Global Markets

• Debt Optimisation & Distribution

The Bank provides support to clients in large international markets through its network with a presence in major countries in Europe, America, Asia Pacific and the Middle East.

The Bank is particularly interested in applications from women, and will consider using positive action under the Equality Act 2010.

For more information, please visit its website at

This is an exciting opportunity to join a major European bank in London.
The role is within the Credit Trading team.

Key Responsibilities

The chosen candidate will be working directly with Credit Traders, working in coordination with other interns and will be responsible for producing regular reports, and communicating those findings to members of Credit Trading.
This will include, amongst other things: administrative tasks relating to profit & loss and risk reporting
regular management statistics
responding to ad hoc requests for help in resolving administrative problems and trade booking enquiries.

In addition, involvement in ad hoc projects to streamline the desk processes will also be part of the role.

Desirable role requirements

• VBA Programming skills

• Bloomberg skills

• University graduate, with focus in finance

This position is being managed exclusively by Resource Solutions on behalf of Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank.

University graduate with a minimum classification of 2:1 or equivalent.
Or an undergraduate currently during a course of study, predicted a minimum classification of 2:1 or equivalent