Intern placement - ebusiness - 12 month contract

14 September England - Greater London, London Intership

Crédit Agricole CIB is the Corporate and Investment Banking arm of the Crédit Agricole Group, the world's n°11 bank measured by Tier One Capital (The Banker, July 2016).
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 the eBusiness department based in the Global Markets Division in London.

Key Responsibilities

You will contribute to the continuous improvement of the electronic on-boarding processes.
You will be on-boarding clients in a timely and accurate manner onto the electronic platforms whilst extracting and maintaining performance data on electronic flows for internal use (such as performance reports) and client reports and pitches.

Another part to this role will be to participate actively in the development of our trading performance and monitoring tools.
These help with acquisition and organisation of data with the objective of high standards reporting on product activity, client activity and profitability.

You will be working in close relation with the global eSales team and the eBusiness IT team
attend regular meetings with eSales to review client/on-boarding strategy, exchange ideas and inform of any important administrative matters.

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