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8.5 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on 10 ratings in 2016)
"Informative, fun and high pressure."
Pros: 
  • Interns are given challenging and interesting work that helps them develop their skills and learn about the banking industry.
  • The firm has an open, friendly culture meaning that interns are made to feel like part of the team.
  • The initial training provided to interns is well organised and of a high standard.
  • Interns have a good chance to see what career options may be available to them across the bank.
Cons: 
  • As expected in the banking industry, the hours worked can be very long.
  • The short length of the internship may mean interns don't get as much experience as they would like.
  • There could be more opportunities for interns to interact with each other.
  • The amount of training given to interns seemed quite low to some.
Culture
8.5 / 10
 
Hours
7.9 / 10
 
Training
7.1 / 10
 
Remuneration
8.9 / 10
 
Integration
8.1 / 10
 

What insiders say about...

"There was an online application as well as numerical and verbal reasoning tests...."

"My team was very inclusive. I participated in social activities and this really helped..."

"I mostly work 11 hours per day."

"We get free food and drink at meetings and during social events."

"Why this organisation? Why this specific role? Why you as a candidate?"

"I researched companies and did stock pitches. I also went along to meetings, listened..."

"It gives you a very good insight into the company and a practical understanding of..."

"The length of the pre-internship training was quite short."

"Informative, fun and high pressure."

"It had positive reviews and was highly-ranked globally."

"It could have had some current news about the markets included. The training about..."

"Make the pre-internship training longer."

"Pay is similar to other banks."

"My supervisors were incredibly helpful and made great mentors. They answered any..."

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