NatWest Markets Internship.
Help us provide leading rates, currencies and financing solutions to corporates and institutions.
About the business
At NatWest Markets we focus on what we do best and what matters most to our customers; providing financing, risk management and trading solutions to our customers in Europe, Asia and the US. Putting purpose at our core, we aim to be the partner of choice for our NatWest customers and their financial markets needs.
Meet Sekyi, Alexander, Philip and Lin.
NatWest Markets offers programmes for both Front Office and Quant. Sekyi, Alexander, Philip and Lin talk to you about what each of these programmes has to offer.
About the programme
The aim of these internships are to give you a taste of what it’s like to work at NatWest Markets, along with valuable skills and experiences that you’ll bring into your future career.
Our Front Office and Quant internship lasts 10 weeks, while our Risk internship runs for 12 months.
We’ll reward you with a competitive salary.
The programmes start with an induction, where you’ll learn about the bank, meet your fellow interns, and get the chance to talk with colleagues from around our business.
You’ll then begin a placement where you’ll get involved with our live day to day work, and take part in a business project. This will give you the opportunity to complete research on a topic and come up with recommendations for improvement or change to support our ambitions.
During the programme, you’ll also work on a social impact project. This will help you to develop keys skills covering team working, planning, creative thinking, business plan writing and problem solving, all while contributing to a valuable cause.
For the duration of your internship, we’ll pair you with a ‘buddy’ and a line manager, who’ll help you grow your network and provide guidance and support.
At the end of the placement, we’ll assess you on what you’ve learned. Complete this successfully, and you could be offered a place on our 2022 graduate programmes, where you’ll carry the skills you’ve learned from your internship forward, taking the next exciting step in your career.