ABN AMRO

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Working at ABN AMRO
As one of the 3 large Dutch Banks, ABN AMRO is active in Personal & Business Banking (consumers and small enterprises), Wealth Management (affluent clients) and Corporate Banking (medium to large enterprises & financial institutions). ABN AMRO has around 19,000 employees and focuses on western Europe.

The financial world has never been as dynamic as it is today. The time for you to join forces with us to make banking faster, easier and smarter is now. Technology is evolving at lightning speed and drive of innovation has a major impact on the financial system. We need your talents to help make our bank future-proof! Whatever your interests or background, we challenge you to use your creativity to innovate the future. We offer a work environment that lets you explore your enterprising spirit and gives you the freedom to develop yourself, both professionally and personally. We want you to feel responsible for your work, because you are.

Working in Markets:
Global markets is a dynamic part within Corporate Banking. At Markets it’s all about helping clients with the structuring, purchase, sale and execution of (complex) financial products in currencies, stocks, bonds, interest rates and fixed-income. We are well informed about products, legislation and regulations; and market and/or sector developments.

Starting a job at ABN AMRO means getting even better at what you do
At ABN AMRO, we’ll have you on the work floor from day one. Depending on your role, you’ll be meeting with internal and external clients to advise them on financial products, work on presentations and valuations for companies, participate in negotiations or work together with colleagues from all over the world. Starting a job at ABN AMRO means getting even better at what you do.
Working in Markets,  you will learn everything about our products and our clients and you will experience what it is like to work in a dealing room. Learning is something you do every day. This can be through practical experience and your reflection on that, but also through feedback and following relevant training. Furthermore receiving feedback plays an important role in this process. You regularly have conversations with your manager about your talents, personal development and your further career. And your colleagues will also help along the way. But primarily it’s about learning by doing: you’ll only become an industry professional by getting lots of experience under your belt.

It’s up to you; where do you want to start?
Are you a recent graduate eager to start your career? Maybe taking part in one of our Talent Programmes is the perfect way to kickstart your career. You will find more information on our Talent Programmes here. Or if you’re still in school and are looking to put the theory you’ve learned into practice, we might just have an internship for you. Click here for our internship vacancies.