HSBC Securities Services.... fancy term for Operations?!

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Hi,

Is anyone familiar with HSBC's securities services grad scheme? From the description it sounds like JPM's Investor Services grad scheme and Citi's Transaction Services scheme, but one of the rotations involves Operations directly however it part of Global Banking and Markets not Global Functions, so I can't really tell how client facing it is.. anyone able to shed some light on this?

Thanks.
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Hi,

Is anyone familiar with HSBC's securities services grad scheme? From the description it sounds like JPM's Investor Services grad scheme and Citi's Transaction Services scheme, but one of the rotations involves Operations directly however it part of Global Banking and Markets not Global Functions, so I can't really tell how client facing it is.. anyone able to shed some light on this?

Thanks.
From my experience Client services are normally BO functions were client facing means talking to the BO of counterparties
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From my experience Client services are normally BO functions were client facing means talking to the BO of counterparties
Ok... any ideas for this particular scheme? If this helps...

http://www.hsbc.com/careers/students...lyst-programme
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Ok... any ideas for this particular scheme? If this helps...

http://www.hsbc.com/careers/students...lyst-programme
I can't answer your question, but where are the grade requirements?
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Securities services will also obviously have front officefunctions. They're in no way like IBD though. Think more corporate banking.
Can't say anythign about that programe specifically though.
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(Original post by trainwreckhelp)
Hi,

Is anyone familiar with HSBC's securities services grad scheme? From the description it sounds like JPM's Investor Services grad scheme and Citi's Transaction Services scheme, but one of the rotations involves Operations directly however it part of Global Banking and Markets not Global Functions, so I can't really tell how client facing it is.. anyone able to shed some light on this?

Thanks.
Hey,

I know this was 6 years ago. Not sure if you ended up in this area? I applied for the same at HSBC, wondering if you could shed some light onto this, thanks.
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Hey,

I know this was 6 years ago. Not sure if you ended up in this area? I applied for the same at HSBC, wondering if you could shed some light onto this, thanks.
Sounds like a custody bank. It's middle office stuff.
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