Intern Debt Capital Markets – Bond Syndicate (f/m/d)

HypoVereinsbank is part of UniCredit, a simple, successful Pan European Commercial Bank, with a fully plugged in Corporate & Investment Banking, delivering a unique Western, Central and Eastern European network to its extensive client franchise.
We offer our employees professional development all over Europe, consisting of both job and learning opportunities. UniCredit has been certified as an European Top Employer returning year-for-year consistently high employee engagement.

The Investment Grade & CEEMEA Bond Syndicate is responsible for the execution of investment grade as well as emerging markets EUR/USD bonds. The team is a leading player in this market and placed more than 300 bonds in 2017.

Our offer to you

  • Preparation of regular pricing updates for potential/regular issuers
  • Preparation of orderbook/investor analyses for potential/upcoming bond offerings
  • Taking care of various syndicate data bases such as new issue database
  • Supporting the team in executing bond mandates
  • Preparation of internal presentations

What we expect from you

  • Studies in Economics/Business Administration/Banking/Finance
  • International experience an asset
  • Strong interest in equities and the capital market business
  • Experience with Bloomberg desirable
  • Financial math skills an asset
  • Very good written and spoken English
  • - Comfortable using MS Office
  • Interest in a dynamic working environment
  • Ability to think analytically and strategically
  • Proactiveness

What to expect from us

  • Interesting tasks and responsibility
  • An open team culture with shared goals
  • An open minded, dynamic and international company culture
  • A pleasant working environment with friendly colleagues in an office equipped with modern features
  • Intense learning experience from one of the leading bond houses

Application details

Location:
München
Contact:
Team Recruiting Telefonnummer: 089/378-28769 
Application:
www.hvb.de/jobs
Reference code:
DE-104-51764714-20200922-155855-EN