Citi is inviting applications for its 2018 Investment Banking Internship (6 months + option to extend for an additional 6 months). The internship is interactive and hands on, as the intern will be an integral member of Citi’s South African investment banking team, ensuring that the successful graduate will benefit from the stimulating and effective on the job training environment. Citi recruits graduates from a wide variety of backgrounds and looks for graduates with excellent academic track records, strong interpersonal skills and solid leadership capabilities. Top performing candidates will be considered for the IBD Analyst programme.
The internship runs for 6 months and starts in March 2018.
To support the South African investment banking team and work closely with Managing Directors, Directors, Vice Presidents, Associates and Analysts from across South Africa, the UK and US, as they provide financial advisory services to their international and domestic blue chip client base. Candidates will play a full part in the deal origination and execution process.
The South African investment banking team provides financial advisory services on a wide range of strategic transactions (including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and re-structurings) and capital-raising assignments (including debt and equity financing).
The team services South Africa’s largest companies across all sectors and provides the full spectrum of Citi products. Accordingly, the successful candidate will be required to interact with all of Citi’s sector teams (e.g. Technology and Media, Metals and Mining, Consumer Retail, Oil and Gas, Industrials, etc.) as well as Citi’s product teams (Equity Capital Markets, Debt Capital Markets, Equity-Linked Capital Markets, Corporate Equity Derivatives, etc.)
Collecting and analysing company information and financial data to assist with transactions and deal origination, including:
How to apply?
To apply for the 2018 Citi Investment Banking Internships CLICK HERE
All applications must be accompanied by supporting documents:
Exceptional candidates who do not meet these criteria may be considered for the role provided they have the necessary skills and experience.