- Application deadline: Late autumn.
- Starting salaries: Competitive.
- Regions: London; North-West
- Industries: Finance
- Website: https://www.bankofamerica.com/
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What is the Bank of America?
Bank of America is one of the world's largest financial institutions, dealing with personal customers and large scale national and international corporations. Serving in over 179 countries, the Bank of America has working relationships with 79% of the world's 'Global Fortune 500'. Bank of America's mission statement is to create opportunities for its clients and employees alike, to achieve their dreams. Joining Bank of America would offer graduates the chance to become part of a truly global and responsive company.
What roles are available at the Bank of America?
Global Investment Banking, Capital Markets, Sales, Trading & Research, Human Resources
Application process for the Bank of America
Online applications only.
Entry requirements and type of person suited for the Bank of America.
No degree information given.
Applicants must share the goals that Bank of America aims to achieve. Suitable graduates will therefore be able to take responsibility, work well within a team, be dedicated to an inclusive community, have a drive and desire to succeed and possess leadership qualities.
Future prospects and training at the Bank of America.
Graduate classes prepare graduates for the world of financial services by supplying them the personal and business skills needed to perform in the industry, while interaction with existing employees benefits graduates with the experience and advice needed to gain the knowledge and insight to performing individual roles.
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