The VIE assignment in a nutshell
This VIE in Dublin is to begin as soon as possible but you need to plan 3 months between your application date and the beginning of your VIE assignment. It will last 18 months.
The VIE is a specific contract, under Business France’s eligibility criteria, opened to candidates under 28 and from the member states of the European Economic Space. For further information, please see www.civiweb.com.
Graduate with a Master degree from Business school or University in Finance/Accounting.
A previous experience in Investment Banking would be appreciated.
You are fluent in English. French is a plus.
You are proficient in Office application
Good IT skills, knowledge of SQL, VBA an advantage.
Good organisational, interpersonal and communication skills necessary.
Good initiative required but also ability to recognize when escalation of issues needs to be taken.
Strong financial product knowledge.
To facilitate the examination of your application by our English-speaking managers, we thank you for applying in English.
As soon as you arrive, you will be integrated into our teams and will learn every day alongside our experts, who will support you in your tasks. Gradually, you will become more independent in your projects, making this experience a real career accelerator. You will also discover all the diversity of our businesses, in a sector that is constantly evolving and innovating.
At the end of your VIE, various opportunities could be offered to you, in France and abroad.
Société Générale Securities Services (SGSS) is part of Global Banking & Investor Solutions (GBIS), a key pillar of Société Générale’s universal banking model.
SGSS is among the top ten global custodians, and the 2nd largest in Europe, employing over 4,000 staff in 28 locations.
SGSS has 4 divisions :
CAO – Support functions
CML – Coverage, Marketing and Liquidity Management
FSO – Fund Services Operations
SBO – Securities Banking Operations
The FSO Department has as one of its main missions the processing of operations of valuation, distribution, register management, middle-office activities and valued-added services (valuation of over-the-counter assets (OTC pricing), performance measurement and risk measurement).
It is structured around three operational businesses, one of those being Fund Valuation Services (FVS).