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Nomura 2020 Investment Banking Off-Cycle Internship

Nomura is all set to consider applications for its off-cycle investment banking internship for the year 2020. The Nomura welcomes the graduate candidates to join them in Frankfurt for the program.

The selected interns will become a part of a small and successful team with the senior bankers. They will also be attending a 1-week training program. The interns will work on cross- border projects alongside senior colleagues in London and other Nomura offices worldwide.

The program is a valuable opportunity to gain hands-on experience to build a further professional career. The intern will get a chance to be indulged in the company’s culture and environment and make new networks and can also get full-time role offers.

Nomura Holdings is a Japanese financial holding company with a principal member of the Nomura Group. It provides investment, financing, and other related services to individuals, institutional and government customers along with its broker-dealer, banking and other financial services subsidiaries.

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Internship Location:

The program is to be held in Frankfurt.

Internship Duration:

N/A

Internship Benefits:

These are the benefits of this program:

  • Enhance your accounting and financial skills
  • Learn about your strengths and weaknesses
  • Explore a career path
  • Recognize the skills you need to improve
  • Great mentorship
  • Attain full-time role offers

Eligibility Requirements:

The following requirements must be fulfilled to apply for this internship:

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  • Must have a graduate degree to be considered
  • Must have high level academic and extra-curricular achievements.
  • Must be able to withstand the rapidly changing, demanding but ultimately rewarding environment.
  • Must have fluency in German and English.

Eligible Country:

Germany

How to Apply:

Applicants are required to apply online.

Application Deadline:

Open until filled.

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