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2022 – Graduate – Wealth Management – Kenya – (2100035823)

You’ll get involved in:

  • Monitoring the global markets for patterns and insights to produce market reports
  • Shape the development and way we present our wealth management products and services for clients
  • Develop client behaviour analytics and formulate new client engagement plans
  • Your career progression

At the end of your 18-month programme, you’ll join a role in Wealth Management. These could be in areas such as:

  • Product Management
  • Investment Advisory
  • Business and Segment Management
  • Treasury

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What you’ll do over 18 months

  • International induction – these are classroom sessions, case studies, and tailored technical training split by business functions.
  • 12 month training rotation – you’ll spend twelve months in Wealth Management where you’ll learn how to engage with clients. You’ll broaden your experience with rotations into areas including Risk, Product/Segments, Distribution/Front Line, and lastly Digital. 
  • 6 month business rotation – your last rotation will add to your knowledge of the product and client transaction lifecycle. It will also give you exposure to areas such as Funds, Wealth Propositions and Solutions, and Investment Strategy. It’s your chance to find the team you fit into best and begin your Standard Chartered career.

Eligibility

We’re interested in people with diverse backgrounds and encourage students from all degree disciplines to apply to our programmes. 
For our International Graduate Programme, you must 

  • Be in your final year of study for a university degree or higher, or have graduated in the last two years, and  
  • Have the permanent legal right to work in the country you’re applying to. 

Exceptions

  • For the UAE, we accept applications from Arab Nationals requiring visa sponsorship, but priority will be given to nationals of the country.  
  • For graduate roles in US, we will not consider applications from candidates seeking Optional Practical Training (OPT) or Curricular Practical Training (CPT) employment. 

2022 – Graduate – Retail Banking – Kenya – (2100035807)

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our training

You’ll explore our various team and get to learn and build your knowledge of what really drives our Retail business.

As a Retail Banking International Graduate, you’ll enjoy the broadest possible exposure to our key businesses. This could mean working within our digital team to determine our future client experience or within our customer experience area, looking at what drives client satisfaction. You could work within our product and services teams to understand and develop new client propositions or even within our risk and controls management areas.

You’ll be fully supported to fulfill your potential, follow your passions with our specialist teams where you can:

  • Manage and contribute to a revenue generating business
  • Lead client campaign and profitability analysis
  • Manage key strategic projects that impact different channels, segments and regions
  • Contribute to the design and development of global client acquisition programmes
  • Contribute to the development of Client Value Propositions
  • Initiate, coordinate, monitor and deliver projects
  • Develop, deploy and measure new marketing campaigns

In Retail Bank, you’ll learn the importance of cross bank collaboration, to deliver projects and programmes.

Your career progression

We relentlessly improve our Banking experience. You’ll experience opportunities for continuous learning, early responsibility and extensive networking. You have 18 months before you join a role in one of our specialist teams within Retail Banking.  This could be in areas such as:

  • Campaign Management
  • Digital Banking
  • Alliances and Mobile Marketing
  • Segment Development, Personal & Preferred Banking
  • Client Services
  • Digital Strategy and Planning

We’re looking for innovators who will support, contribute and lead the future of Retail Banking.

What you’ll do over 18 months

  • International induction – these are classroom sessions, case studies, and tailored technical training split by business functions.
  • 12 month training rotation – you’ll spend twelve months in Retail Banking where you’ll learn how to engage with clients. You’ll broaden your experience with rotations into areas including Risk, Product/Segments, Distribution/Front Line, and lastly Digital.
  • 6 month business rotation – Your final rotation will last six months and help you understand our products in detail. It’s your chance to find the team you fit into best and begin your Standard Chartered career.

Eligibility

We’re interested in people with diverse backgrounds and encourage students from all degree disciplines to apply to our programmes. 
For our International Graduate Programme, you must 

  • Be in your final year of study for a university degree or higher, or have graduated in the last two years, and  
  • Have the permanent legal right to work in the country you’re applying to. 

Exceptions

  • For the UAE, we accept applications from Arab Nationals requiring visa sponsorship, but priority will be given to nationals of the country.  
  • For graduate roles in US, we will not consider applications from candidates seeking Optional Practical Training (OPT) or Curricular Practical Training (CPT)

2022 – Intern – Financial Markets – Kenya – (2100035831)

About the programme
Our 10-week Global Internship Programme allows you to work directly on real world problems to hone your skills, create lasting relationships and learn about your strengths. The programme is intended to create a pipeline to our International Graduate Programme and other full-time roles. 

What you’ll experience 
• A 10-week structured Internship programme, that typically takes place April – August  
• A country induction, formal welcome to the Bank and get to know your peers 
• On-the-job learning  
• Be paired with a ‘buddy’ from the International Graduate Programme, to set you up for success and provide insights into the International Graduate programme, fondly known as the IG Programme 

Can I get onto a graduate role from the Internship Programme? 
• High performing Interns will be eligible for placement on our International Graduate Programme 
• For Financial Markets, there’s an opportunity to be considered for other full-time entry-level roles as well

We have opportunities in: 
• CCIB Client Coverage 
• Financial Markets 
• Digital Channels and Data Analytics 
• Retail Banking 
• Wealth Management 
• SC Ventures 

Eligibility 
We’re interested in people with diverse backgrounds and encourage students from all degree disciplines to apply to our programmes. 
For our Global Internship Programme, you must 
• Be in your in your penultimate (second to last) year of study of your bachelor or post-graduate degree.  
• Have the permanent legal right to work in the country you’re applying to, for the full duration of the internship. 
• The Bank does not sponsor work permits for Internships.  
Exceptions 
• For the UAE, we accept applications from Arab Nationals requiring visa sponsorship, but priority will be given to nationals of the country. 
• For US, we will consider students in their sophomore or junior year for our summer internship program. 
• If you’re required to completed mandatory National or Military service after graduation, we will accept applications from final year students. 

Evaluation 
• All Interns participating in the Global Internship Programme will be evaluated during the 10th week of their internship. 
• Evaluations will be used in our final recruitment decisions for the International Graduate Programme and other full-time roles, with an aim to provide an offer before the internship is completed. 

2022 – Intern – Retail Banking – Kenya – (2100035987)

What you’ll experience 

  • A 10-week structured Internship programme, that typically takes place April – August  
  • A country induction, formal welcome to the Bank and get to know your peers 
  • On-the-job learning  
  • Be paired with a ‘buddy’ from the International Graduate Programme, to set you up for success and provide insights into the International Graduate programme, fondly known as the IG Programme 

Can I get onto a graduate role from the Internship Programme? 

  • High performing Interns will be eligible for placement on our International Graduate Programme 

We have opportunities in: 

  • CCIB Client Coverage 
  • Financial Markets 
  • Digital Channels and Data Analytics 
  • Retail Banking 
  • Wealth Management 
  • SC Ventures 

Eligibility

We’re interested in people with diverse backgrounds and encourage students from all degree disciplines to apply to our programmes. 
For our Global Internship Programme, you must 

  • Be in your in your penultimate (second to last) year of study of your bachelor or post-graduate degree.  
  • Have the permanent legal right to work in the country you’re applying to, for the full duration of the internship. 
  • The Bank does not sponsor work permits for Internships.  

Exceptions 

  • For the UAE, we accept applications from Arab Nationals requiring visa sponsorship, but priority will be given to nationals of the country. 
  • For US, we will consider students in their sophomore or junior year for our summer internship program. 
  • If you’re required to completed mandatory National or Military service after graduation, we will accept applications from final year students. 

Evaluation 

  • All Interns participating in the Global Internship Programme will be evaluated during the 10th week of their internship. 
  • Evaluations will be used in our final recruitment decisions for the International Graduate Programme and other full-time roles, with an aim to provide an offer before the internship is completed. 

2022 – Intern – Wealth Management – Kenya – (2100035988)

About the programme

Our 10-week Global Internship Programme allows you to work directly on real world problems to hone your skills, create lasting relationships and learn about your strengths. The programme is intended to create a pipeline to our International Graduate Programme and other full-time roles. 

What you’ll experience 

  • A 10-week structured Internship programme, that typically takes place April – August  
  • A country induction, formal welcome to the Bank and get to know your peers 
  • On-the-job learning  
  • Be paired with a ‘buddy’ from the International Graduate Programme, to set you up for success and provide insights into the International Graduate programme, fondly known as the IG Programme 

Can I get onto a graduate role from the Internship Programme? 

  • High performing Interns will be eligible for placement on our International Graduate Programme 

We have opportunities in: 

  • CCIB Client Coverage 
  • Financial Markets 
  • Digital Channels and Data Analytics 
  • Retail Banking 
  • Wealth Management 
  • SC Ventures 

Eligibility 
We’re interested in people with diverse backgrounds and encourage students from all degree disciplines to apply to our programmes. 
For our Global Internship Programme, you must 

  • Be in your in your penultimate (second to last) year of study of your bachelor or post-graduate degree.  
  • Have the permanent legal right to work in the country you’re applying to, for the full duration of the internship. 
  • The Bank does not sponsor work permits for Internships.  

Exceptions 

  • For the UAE, we accept applications from Arab Nationals requiring visa sponsorship, but priority will be given to nationals of the country. 
  • For US, we will consider students in their sophomore or junior year for our summer internship program. 
  • If you’re required to completed mandatory National or Military service after graduation, we will accept applications from final year students. 

Evaluation 

  • All Interns participating in the Global Internship Programme will be evaluated during the 10th week of their internship. 
  • Evaluations will be used in our final recruitment decisions for the International Graduate Programme and other full-time roles, with an aim to provide an offer before the internship is completed. 

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