- Hold a relevant Bachelor or Masters degree in Finance, Risk management, Engineering, Mathematics or similar
- Understanding of global market activities and OTC derivatives
- Enterprising, curious, pro-active, rigorous, team spiritGood communication and organizational skills
- Strong Excel skill required and VBA/Python programming skill preferred
- Knowledge of regulatory requirements is a plus
- Excellent written skills
- Fluent English is mandatory, with other Asian languages/French would be a plus
This is a fixed term 12-month Trainee contract with Societe Generale. You will form part of the team on a full-time basis. In order to apply for the Trainee position please ensure you have completed your qualification and will be available to work full time for the duration of the Trainee contract.
Societe Generale is one of the leading financial services groups in Europe. Based on a universal banking model, the Group combines financial strength with a strategy of sustainable growth, putting its resources to work to finance the economy and its clients’ projects.
With our regional headquarters in Hong Kong – a core hub of the worldwide Societe Generale Group – we employ over 10,000 employees in the region. Our expertise here ranges from corporate and investment banking to asset management, securities services, global transaction banking and specialised financial services.
The RISK department at SGCIB Hong Kong is looking for an intern to join the Metrics & Consolidation (XBC) team under RISKS ON MARKET ACTIVITIES AND ALM (RMA). An ideal candidate should have good understanding of risk and also of OTC derivatives. Knowledge of or experience with VBA coding and international regulations will be a plus.
The Cross Business Consolidation Team mandate mainly consists of the following:
- PnL Certification
- Market Risk and Credit Risk Certification
As the regional hub of Asia Pacific, the RISK/RMA function covers Rates, Equities, Commodities, FX, MM in countries such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, India, China and Australia.