Manage risk, build your career
In our business, successfully managing risk is more than strategically important – it’s essential. As an integral part of our success, Barclays’ Risk team helps determine the level of risk considered appropriate for our client, group of clients or other legal entity. Think you have what it takes to succeed here? Join us as a summer analyst.
Real responsibility, right away
As a summer analyst, you’ll spend the summer with our team, developing a solid foundation in financial analysis, market research, capital markets products and transaction structures. You’ll learn our products, study the market and apply extensive research and analytical skills as well as comprehensive product and market knowledge to client and transactional credit risk evaluation. During this program, you’ll be placed in one of the key areas in Risk, including Credit, Operational, Treasury and Model. As a summer analyst you may:
· research and analyze financial statements and industry peer groups to assess creditworthiness
· prepare and maintain industry and counterparty credit reviews and ratings
· monitor and report on a product’s risk profile
· on-board new clients and ensure counterparty data is complete and accurate
· assist in handling trade requests, including analyzing transaction specific risks.
A place where you can thrive
At Barclays, you’ll be part of the Risk Function of a trans-Atlantic bulge bracket bank, surrounded by people who will help you achieve your ambitions. Our collaborative, supportive environment gives you the chance to build solid relationships with senior leaders and peers alike. During the program, you’ll also:
· participate in formal and informal training
· connect with junior and senior mentors
· attend dedicated networking sessions and other program events
· receive detailed performance feedback
· give back to the community through volunteer events.
And if you really impress us, this could be the beginning of an incredible career. We invite top-performing, eligible summer analysts to join us as a full-time analyst after graduation.
To be considered for this program, you must:
· be an undergraduate student with an anticipated graduation date between December 2021 – June 2022.
Ideally, you would also have:
· a GPA of 3.2 or above
· unrestricted U.S. work authorization
· a business or liberal arts major
· course experience in accounting, finance or economics (strongly recommended)
· resourcefulness, team-orientation, enthusiasm and an entrepreneurial spirit, demonstrated through participation in extracurricular activities.
Ready to apply?
Please submit an application through Barclays’ online system. Then, submit your resume and cover letter through your school’s career management application system if required. Please note that you can apply to only one Barclays graduate program globally.
Barclays is a British universal bank. We are diversified by business, by different types of customers and clients, and by geography. Our businesses include consumer banking and payments operations around the world, as well as a top-tier, full service, global corporate and investment bank, all of which are supported by our service company which provides technology, operations and functional services across the Group.
Our purpose is creating opportunities to rise. We support sustainable and inclusive growth by connecting the ideas, innovations and aspirations of our customers and clients to the capital that can bring them to life. For over 325 years we have funded progress, and today we remain committed to helping make our world more sustainable, more inclusive and more connected.
Our values underpin everything we do: Respect, Integrity, Service, Excellence and Stewardship.
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It is the policy of Barclays to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law.