BBVA Asia Graduate Trainee 2019
We are BBVA, a global bank with more than 73 million customers and a footprint that extends across more than 30 countries. We work to help people make the best financial decisions and bring the age of opportunity to everyone. We are guided by our values: the customer comes first, we think big and we are one team.
BBVA Corporate & Investment Banking (BBVA CIB) 2019 Graduate Training Program has been designed to provide high potential recent graduates the opportunity to join BBVA CIB for a period of 1 year, after which longer term opportunities will be evaluated.
In Asia, we are inviting one successful candidate who will have a rotation within Global Markets Business where we offer clients services including origination, structuring, sales, distribution and risk management of markets products. We have some of the best product specialists working on the trading floors across Europe, Asia and the Americas.
Members of the Graduate Training Program 2019 will enjoy a unique opportunity for 1 year in BBVA Hong Kong to learn in detail the business area with training from our Madrid headquarter, which will allow them to have a complete view of the business and its various functions.
Degrees in Business Administration, Commerce, Economics, Management, Finance, Financial Engineering or Quantitative Mathematics, etc. To qualify you must have graduated within the past 2 years and have a high degree classification / GPA to be
High level of English and Korean language. Knowledge of Spanish desirable
Geographical mobility (national and international).
At BBVA, we are proud to be a company that prioritizes diversity, inclusion and equal opportunities, regardless of the race, age, gender, ethnicity, disability, religion or sexual orientation of our employees and collaborators. Corporate responsibility is an essential component of our business model, as we promote financial education and support research and culture.
Being part of BBVA means developing your career in the company that is leading the transformation of the financial sector.