Client Relationship Management Graduate Programme - Lloyds Banking Group
- £42,000 + benefits
- London, Nationwide
- 11th November 2019
- Start date:
- Job type:
- Graduate job
Develop an interest in helping clients from entrepreneurial start-ups to FTSE100 companies to meet their financial business goals.
- Applications are open until 11th November 2019
- Duration: 2 years
- Salary: £42,000
- Location: Predominately London with national placements.
- Qualifications: We’ll support you to achieve a professional
qualification with ACT, CFA, CISI, CIMA or similar.
Connect UK businesses with global opportunities
Our Client Relationship Management teams focus on helping our clients to prosper and grow. They provide tailored support and a wide range of innovative financial solutions, helping businesses of all shapes and sizes – from privately held companies to global corporations – to invest in Britain or trade internationally. And now we’re searching for new talent to join them. If you’re looking for a career with impact – we have a job for you.
Your career journey starts here
Are you analytically minded and good at solving challenging problems? Could you see yourself working with clients, supporting the development and execution of their financial strategy? Are you at your best when you’re working as part of an ambitious team? If the answer is yes, you’ll be a great fit for our Client Relationship Management teams.
About the programme
Over two years, you’ll complete four six-month placements across a variety of business areas, developing your strengths and making a real difference for our clients.
Day to day you could be:
- Building strong client relationships across the UK and global markets
- Supporting our Business Development teams on a variety of projects
- Creating innovative business solutions for our clients’ needs
- Collaborating with colleagues and business areas across Lloyds Banking Group
- Getting to know your clients better through researching their sector,
markets and more.
People work best when they feel happy and valued. That’s why you’ll receive the tools you need to develop the career you want – from mentoring to tailored learning and much more. We’ll support you to complete a professional qualification – such as ACT, CFA, CISI or CIMA – and you’ll also have the chance to lead on UK community volunteering initiatives.
A 2:2 degree or above in any discipline from any university and an open mind.
The way we work
Everyone comes to Lloyds Banking group with different experiences, skills and knowledge, and these differences give us opportunities to learn and grow. It’s what makes our workplace unique and we encourage people from every kind of background to apply. It’s important for us, and it shows. Recently, we were named as one of The Times’ Top 50 Employers for Women for the 8th consecutive year, the Top Financial Employer and seventh overall in the 2019 Stonewall Top 100 employers list, and one of The Times’ Top 100 Graduate Employers.
Our Graduate Programmes are rotational and our Client Relationship Management roles are predominately based in London. You’ll be required to do one regional placement during the programme.
As the largest digital bank in the UK we’re dedicated to helping Britain prosper. In 2018 alone, we helped over 100,000 companies start trading, lent £2bn to start-ups and helped 5,000 clients to export their products internationally for the first time – and this is just the start. As part of our team, you’ll not only represent Lloyds Bank but the other brands in our Group too, including Bank of Scotland and Scottish Widows. Our focus is on becoming the bank of the future, and with over 15.9 million digitally active customers and nearly 10 million mobile app users, we’re constantly exploring how to bring new digital solutions to the people who rely on us.
Plus a great range of benefits
Lloyds Banking Group
Impact 30 million customers, lead community projects and build the bank of the future – a career with Lloyds Banking Group is more than you’d expect.
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