Lazard - Financial Advisory Graduate Programme - September 2017

Salary: Competitive + benefits
Location: London
Start date: Sep-2018
Sectors: Accounting, Banking, Consultancy, Finance, Research & Analysis

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 start and develop your career.


To be a successful Analyst at Lazard, you’ll be a strategist, a relationship-builder and an innovator. As part of a diverse team, you’ll work shoulder-to-shoulder with senior and junior colleagues on transactions for high-profile global clients. Immersed in our small team culture, you’ll experience first-hand what it means to be truly involved in some of the most complex and transformational deals in the market.


Financial and strategic advice; mergers, acquisitions and divestitures; corporate restructurings; special committee assignments; takeover defences; joint ventures; and raising capital: Lazard Analysts can experience it all - rotating around teams and benefitting from exceptional training.


Thinking there’s a lot to learn? There is. But, you’ll learn from your peers. You’ll learn from senior colleagues. You’ll learn as you work. So, whatever subject you’re reading, all you need right now is a passion and flair for thinking differently and deeply about the challenge in front of you - whatever it might be.


Whether you realise it or not, you’ve already got the skills we’re looking for.


About you
You’ll be in your final year of undergraduate or postgraduate study, or a recent graduate. We look for an analytical mind and the desire to challenge yourself.


Get a different perspective on your career opportunity.

Opening date for applications: Monday 14th August 2017


Closing date for applications: Tuesday 31st October 2017


Qualifications:


You must have AAB in your top three A-levels (excluding general studies)


A minimum predicted or obtained 2.1 university degree classification (or equivalent if you studied outside the UK)


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