The European Banking Federation (EBF) is seeking to recruit a trainee for its Wholesale & Regulatory Policy Department.
The trainee will support the EBF Financial Markets Committee (FMC) team.
A non-exhaustive list of responsibilities includes:
- Monitoring of press/websites of EU institutions and financial publications;
- Research on specific issues/questions related to EU financial markets policy;
- Support to FMC advisers regarding preparation of internal and external meetings or events (slides, briefing materials, data gathering, etc.), agenda coordination and outreach to EU institutions, EBF members and other stakeholders;
- Support with advocacy efforts of the FMC team;
- Administrative tasks (e.g. document management, management of members’ network).
The successful candidate will have:
- an academic background in financial markets/economy/law or other areas relevant for the position; knowledge of EU Affairs an asset;
- excellent command of English (oral and written); good drafting skills;
- good communications and team working skills;
- strong organisational skills and ability to take initiatives.
STARTING DATE: ASAP
DURATION of the internship/convention of professional immersion: 6 months.
- Interesting work in a European setting;
- International and multi-cultural environment.
Please send your application (including one letter explaining why you are interested + curriculum vitae) to Ms. Pina Elégant, Internal Affairs & Human Resources Executive Director by 8 July 2016 at the latest email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the European Banking Federation:
The European Banking Federation is the voice of the European banking sector, uniting 32 national banking associations in Europe that, together, represent some 4,500 banks – large and small, wholesale and retail, local and international employing about 2.5 million people. EBF members represent banks that make available loans to the European economy in excess of €20 trillion and that securely handle more than 300 million payment transactions per day. Launched in 1960, the EBF is committed to creating a single market for financial services in the European Union and to supporting policies that foster economic growth. Website: www.ebf-fbe.eu