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Intern (m/f/x) ING Wholesale Banking – Summer Internship Programme
Are you going to complete your Master’s degree next year and wish to have the best possible take-off for your career? Become part of our Summer Internship Programme and gain exciting insights into ING – plus responsibility in projects and daily business. As part of a cross-divisional “Summer Intern Class,” you’ll get a holistic understanding of our business by attending knowledge sessions and networking events. Sounds good? Apply now and join ING – from 1st August to 30th September 2021.
Your TasksAt ING Wholesale Banking you can take your professional and personal skills to the next level. Depending on which aspects you prefer, you can choose from a variety of different teams: product-specific (Corporate Lending; Structured Export Finance; Debt Capital Markets) as well as sector-specific (e.g. Financial Institutions; Energy; Telecom, Media, Technology & Healthcare; Real Estate Finance). One way to support one of the teams could be by operationally helping to design term sheets and process credit applications. Furthermore, you could for example accompany financing projects or contribute to the portfolio management, assisting with annual reviews and researching contractual and compliance issues. And, if you like, this is only the beginning! Following your successful internship, you will have the chance to get invited to a shortened recruiting process for our International Talent Programme – or to apply directly as an analyst!
Your ProfileEconomically / financially orientated study program, in the year before your Master’s degree Ideally first relevant (international) internships Affinity for finance and excellent analytical skillsEnjoy working in a team and with agile methodsGood communication skills – in German or in English Your ApplicationAt ING we are colorful and diverse: different personalities with different perspectives - an international culture where we value and appreciate each other. We believe in substance over style, people instead of labels.
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