The UBS Global Banking Talent Graduate Program aims to give successful candidates a thorough understanding of the firm’s daily operations. Through this opportunity, South African students are given the chance to work with top-tier industry professionals.
The UBS Discovery training program kicks off the program, giving new workers a complete overview of the company’s strategy, industry, culture, and capabilities.
The duties and responsibilities of the role will include:
Application deadline: November 30, 2021
Under the scheme, South African student participants will be given the following opportunities:
• get to know the markets from the capital raising stage to disposal
• be involved in and contribute to providing M&A advice and execution, including spinoffs, takeovers, exchange offers, takeover defense and formation of joint ventures
• interact with the equities platform to get an insight into the investor community views and trends
• learn all about debt capital markets including corporate and emerging market bonds
• gain familiarity with structured products tailored to our clients’ funding and stake management needs
• be able to analyze complex situations and develop the best strategy to maximize our clients’ diverse objectives
The Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) was a financial services and investment bank based in Switzerland. The bank, which was the second-largest in Switzerland at the time, combined with Swiss Bank Corporation in 1998 to establish UBS, the largest bank in Europe and the second-largest bank in the world at the time.
The company offers both affluent individuals and institutions around the world a comprehensive range of advice and investment services. In addition, they make use of their combined expertise to help turn financial vision into a reality.
With offices in over 45 markets on 5 continents, UBS’ size, strength and 150 year history helps them to achieve global reach, while their local knowledge means that they can offer a personal and bespoke service to meet all clientele needs.
You need to be in the last year of your degree or recently graduated, no more than 2 years ago. In addition, you need to have, or be on track for a 2:1 or the equivalent in your first undergraduate degree. It doesn’t matter what you’re studying. (Really, it doesn’t.) But we’d like to see evidence that you can:
– analyze a problem, take a view, and come to a decision
– plan, organize and communicate well
– make things happen
– stick with a task
– work in a team
– come up with ideas
Perhaps you’ve organized a fundraising event or taken part in team sports? Or persevered and passed an exam in a subject you found challenging? Think about how things you’ve achieved match the skills we’re after.
Interested parties are required to register an account on the Union Bank of Switzerland’s online recruitment portal in order to start the application process.
For more information, please visit the official UBS website.
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