- Application deadline: 20th November 2009
- Starting salaries: "Competitive"
- Regions: London, International.
- Industries: Investment banking, Private banking, asset management.
- Website: www.credit-suisse.com
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What is Credit Suisse?
Credit Suisse is one of the worlds leading banks, with more than forty thousand people employed in over fifty countries worldwide. They provide investment banking, private banking and asset management to clients.
What roles are available at Credit Suisse?
Analyst - To become included within either the Private Banking, Investment Banking Asset Management, Information Technology or Operations area of the business.
Application process for Credit Suisse.
Comprises of 5 stages;
- 1. Upload CV and covering letter online.
- 2. Initial interview round.
- 3. Final round of interviews
- 4. Offers to be considered
- 5. Multiple offers then managed.
Entry requirements and type of person suited for Credit Suisse.
Those that thrive from intellectually challenging scenarios who will be dedicated to developing growth at the company. Also those that believe in using their intelligence to their advantage in a co-operative, respectful manner surrounding the outgoing personalities associated with Credit Suisse.
Future prospects and training at Credit Suisse.
A mixture of on the job practice as well as formal learning ensure graduates gain the best possible levels of knowledge for their field, as well as having the business school available to promote learning throught their career.
Other comments about Credit Suisse.
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