ICG Operations, Full Time Graduate Analyst, Belfast

Recruiter
Citi
Location
Belfast, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive
Posted
24 Nov 2022
Closes
24 Dec 2022
Ref
17892505
Job Function
Banking
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Education
Bachelors
You're the brains behind our work.
You're ready to bring your knowledge from the classroom to the boardroom, and Citi wants to help you get there. Whether it's honing your skills or building your network, we know that success can't come without growth. Our programmes equip you with the knowledge and training you need to play a valuable role on your team, and establish a long-term career here. At Citi, we value internal mobility, and career growth is not a question of if, but when.
The 2023 Operations Analyst Programme provides the opportunity for new employees to both learn about the Financial Services Industry and develop the necessary professional competencies to be successful within the Institutional Client Group (ICG) Operations.

As technological breakthroughs rapidly shift the frontier between the work tasks performed by humans and those performed by machines and algorithms, global markets are undergoing major transformations. These transformations are providing new challenges for Operations Analysts as Citi seeks to be the best for its clients, to harness new and emerging technologies to reach higher levels of efficiency, to expand into new markets, and compete for a global increasingly digital client base.

Analysts in ICG Operations support the Capital Markets Investment Banking arm of Citi as well as Cash, Trade and Cards businesses. Acting as the functional heart of our business, Operations makes everything work on time and on target, in a world that demands lightning-fast transaction speeds, pinpoints execution accuracy and provides full visibility. It ensures global transactions flow smoothly around the clock, wherever we do business. Without it, the daily clearance, settlement and execution of a trillion dollars' worth of trades, and the weekly movement of tens of billions of dollars in dozens of world currencies would come to a complete standstill.