Careers Week at Lloyd’s Banking Group FX Team

Details
Start:

July 8 - 09:00 am

End:

July 12 - 05:30 pm

Event Category:

Conferences

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/careers-week-at-lloyds-banking-group-fx-team-tickets-50966733873
Organizer

Generation Success

Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/generation-success-2966421607
Venue

Lloyd's Banking Group Office - Faryners House

25 Monument Street, Monument, EC3R 8BQ

Monument, London, GB, EC3R 8BQ

The application for this programme has now closed. However please leave your details to be considered for future opportunities like this.

You can find our upcoming programmes and events here: https://eventbrite.co.uk/o/generation-success-2966421607

This includes our work experience at the RCJ

Generation Success brings you another amazing opportunity to connect with employers and gain valuable experience, the above ticket is an application to the programme and successful applicants will be contacted.

The RISE in Markets Week provides an opportunity for ethnic minority undergraduates to visit Lloyds banking group and experience a busy trading floor in the financial sector.

RISE is part of a wider Group initiative, which seeks to embrace the diversity of Lloyds Banking Group’s Racial, Ethnic and Cultural Heritage – or REACH as it’s known for short. Through this project, Lloyds banking group actively supports people in the communities that they work in.  Activities covered by this programme include networking, work placements and access to Group-wide role models. 

The CB Markets team has partnered with Generation Success to identify students from all over the UK.

We are looking for students who share a passion for learning about financial services.  

In addition to providing an introduction to Financial and Capital Markets, the week will include a number of sessions to help students focus on how to develop softer skills, leadership, confidence and self-branding.  Lloyds banking group staff across CB Markets will be on hand to share their own experiences at various stages in their own careers and to help the students get the most out of their placement.

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