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Our Commercial Banking division serves over 1.25 million businesses, including 91% of the FTSE 100 and 83% of the FTSE 250, plus over 100,000 new start-ups, each year. Our business is large and diverse, and our customers expect only the best service, so we invest in a world-class team – and that could include you.

For energetic, detail-oriented individuals, our Commercial Banking Business Management Internships or Graduate Leadership Programme, is an opportunity to enhance and influence the way the Commercial bank functions. You can improve the experience for a wide variety of our customers, while developing your interests and skills, to become a leader of the future.

Graduates

Join us in Commercial Banking Business Management and you’ll provide essential support to the Commercial Banking client relationship teams and our product specialists.

Over two years, you’ll complete placements in different cities around the UK, working with relationship teams to deliver client-centric outcomes or manage large-scale change projects. Above all, you’ll glean in-depth Commercial Banking knowledge and develop a well-rounded understanding of our client businesses of all types and sizes.

Interns

Over this 10-week paid internship, you’ll gain valuable insights into our Commercial Banking division, how it operates and the teams that comprise this dynamic area. We’ll ensure you’re exposed to a variety of tasks and have the opportunity to take ownership of work that contributes to your growth as a professional. Plus, you’ll discover more about your own strengths and how you could apply them in a future role.

Locations: All of our Graduate Leadership Programmes are rotational and our Commercial Banking Business Management roles are based nationwide. Interns will stay in the same location for the duration of the programme. 

Salary: Graduate salaries start at £28,000p.a. and Internship salaries are £18,000p.a. pro-rata.

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