Credit Management Internship Private Bank London

  • Inspiring Interns
  • London, UK
  • Jan 13, 2018
Human Resources

Job Description

A global private banking group operating in over 30 locations worldwide with a focus on financial planning, offshore trust, investment management, company formation and management.

This is a 3 month internship paying £1,250 per month.

How can you expect to spend your day?

You will be working towards gaining practical skills and knowledge and improving understanding of a particular job or department. You will also familiarise yourself with the ways of working in the private banking industry, including meeting deadlines, working in a team and ways of communicating in a professional environment. Additionally, you will gain insight into the way organisations operate and the challenges they face. Finally, you will have an opportunity to start establishing a professional network.

Tasks you can expect to be responsible for include:

• Assist with the collating and distribution of the weekly Credit Committee agenda.

• Circulating Delegate Authority applications for approval to Credit Committee members.

• Distribution of meeting minutes.

• Analysis of annual short form lending reviews prior to approval.

• Dealing with audit letter requests from a credit perspective.

• Prepare and submit instructions to panel property valuation firms.

• Assist with the calculating and provision of loan redemption statements to third parties.

• Assist with weekly and monthly reporting to the group.

• Assist with the production of loan and overdraft facility documents, both regulated and unregulated in a compliant manner.

• Provision of loan security documentation.

• Assisting with departmental projects.

• General administrative support to line manager.

What are the ideal intern's personality, skills and qualifications?

The ideal intern for this position is a recent graduate looking to develop a successful career in banking and finance, ideally with prior experience or education relating to the industry.

• Educated to degree level, high academic achievers preferred.

• The drive and enthusiasm that makes you stand out from the crowd.

• Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.

• Good knowledge of Microsoft Office packages including fluency in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint.

• Excellent attention to detail and strong organisational skills.

• Proactive and diligent.

• Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality and discretion at all times.

What are the perks of working for this company?

• During your internship you will work closely with one of the Senior Compliance Analysts who will act as your mentor and coach. They will allocate work to you, supervise you and provide ongoing feedback on your performance. They will act as a first point of contact for any queries or concerns you might have and also evaluate the success of your time with EFG at the end of your internship.

• This is an excellent and rare opportunity for a graduate (or undergraduate) looking to develop experience working for a large private bank and receive hands on training and mentoring from highly experienced industry professionals.