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- London, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 15 Sep, 2018
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Summer Analyst Internship Programme
Lazard people have lots in common - they’re all analysts, strategists, relationship-builders and innovators - but they all come from completely different backgrounds and degree disciplines. But could you thrive as one of them? Find out on our Summer Analyst Internship Programme.
Over 10 weeks, you’ll be fully immersed into our small team culture, getting involved in live deals with real clients and building your own network within your intern cohort through social events and activities. You can expect the senior bankers you’ll work alongside to treat you like a full-time Analyst - giving you a real flavour for the type of work we do. You’ll also be assigned a mentor and a buddy who will support you through the summer programme
You’ll be in your penultimate year of undergraduate or postgraduate study. We look for an analytical mind and the desire to challenge yourself.
Get a different perspective on your career opportunity.
Lazard is the world’s largest independent financial advisory firm, built over generations on a foundation of client service. This rich history and wide-ranging experience combined with bespoke training and an ongoing commitment to development makes it the perfect place to develop your career.
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Lazard is the world’s largest independent financial advisory firm, built over generations on a foundation of client service. Spread across 43 cities around the world, our people represent over 70 different nationalities and advise corporations, partnerships, institutions, governments, sovereign entities and individuals in every major region.
- Banking & Financial Services
- in London, UK
- 1,001-10,000 employees
- Founded in 1848
London, United Kingdom