Standard Bank: Commercial Banking Graduate Programme (Nationwide)

Commercial Banking Graduate Programme If you are a Mining Engineering or Agriculture Science graduate who wants to make difference and enjoys a challenge, then Standard Bank is the place for you. Standard Bank truly cares about its people and knows that hiring the right talent is key to driving exceptional client experience. We’re looking for driven and talented individuals with a passion for helping our clients succeed, In Commercial Banking we look to assist clients in executing their growth strategy through geographic and product diversification, by focusing on solutions to clients’ needs. The client base is made up of companies within Personal and Business Banking that have a turnover of between ZAR300m – ZAR1.3bn. The Natural Resources sector, our focus is mainly on the Mining and Energy sectors, including Renewable Energy as a subset of the Energy sector. These sectors are acknowledged to be growth sectors within the South African Economy. Agribusiness is accountable for the strategy that speaks to the Bank’s offering to new and existing customers within the Agricultural sector. This is what our employees say about us: We feel heard when raising views Our team is encouraging and caring; There are opportunities for growth Our hard work is recognised; Our working environment is transformed an open to ideas, which creates an opportunity for fulfilling work. During this programme you will have exposure to valuation training and agribusiness deal making, advisor skills and training on how to conduct research. Compiling financial reports and providing analysis and reporting on the Natural Resources impact in the sectors we support are also part of the learning. Requirements to qualify Previous work experience: Maximum one-year post qualification Minimum Qualification Level: Honours Qualification: : BSc or BCom in: Mining Engineering Agriculture Science Citizenship: South African Programme Duration: 18 months, you are hired in a permanent capacity Applications dates: 1 April - 15 June 2020 For any further information please contact Venessa Oger |

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