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CommBank welcomes you to think differently about Global Markets!

Tuesday, 17 July 2018, 5.00pm-7.30pm, Sydney CBD

Applications for the Global Markets Summer Analyst Program will open soon! The Global Markets team is as diverse as its clients, so we’re targeting penultimate students across all disciplines such as Business, Economics, Engineering, Science, Law and Arts. Could you be our next unlikely match

What is Global Markets?

The team is responsible for the Trading and Sales activities in financial markets encompassing all Foreign Exchange, Commodities, Fixed Income and Interest Rate products. Be it on the trading floor or working alongside clients, it is an exciting, fast paced and ever changing environment where no two days are the same!

If you’re hungry to know more, join the Campus and Global Markets team over food and drinks as we share insights into the Global Markets Summer Analyst Program, key attributes of a successful candidate, and the exciting roles available to you within Market Sales, Trading or Research – just to name a few. You will also have the chance to meet previous Summer Analysts to hear more about their journey and the value the program as awarded them!

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to make meaningful connections with the Global Markets leadership and Campus team, have your questions answered and envision yourself as a 2018 Global Markets Summer Analyst at Australia’s Biggest Bank!

Spaces are limited and registrations are essential. Please submit your interest in attending by Monday, 23 July

  • Job Type:Internships
  • Disciplines:

    Accounting, Administration, Agriculture, Architecture, Actuary, Arts

    ...
  • Position Type:Full time
  • Work Rights:

    Australian Citizen, Australian

    ...
  • Locations:

    Sydney

  • Closing Date:23rd July 2018, 1:59 pm

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