Since Citi opened its first office in New York in 1812, it has answered the needs of economies, businesses and communities in hundreds of cities, in over 160 countries, thriving in the most challenging times over a 200 year history. Citi’s global presence isn’t just a question of size, it’s a way of thinking. A career with Citi means being part of a global firm that provides the most forward-thinking financial products and solutions to the most enterprising corporations, institutions, governments and individuals around the world. Citi’s success is driven by its exceptional people – their passion, dedication and entrepreneurship – and it will be people just like you who will shape its future. At Citi, learning doesn’t stop at graduation and there are many ways to embark on a rewarding career path, enjoying the global opportunities and long-term training and development initiatives experienced by over 260,000 employees worldwide.
Are you bright and ambitious?
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Do you want to work in a global company that encourages innovation and diversity?
Then consider Citi.
Here at Citi we provide one of the best graduate training programmes in the industry. So whatever your background, you can excel with us! Whether you’re a student in your first, second or final year, we have a variety of opportunities from spring insight weeks to summer internships and placement years to our full time graduate programmes. Here at Citi there is something to suit everyone, whatever your degree background and whatever stage of your university career you are at – apply today!
As many of you know, Richard was tragically killed on board the MH17 flight on Ukraine’s Russian border. Richard was an active member of the society, attending many of the events we held in the past year. He showed ambition and drive in his efforts to learn about the industry. Having spent a lot of time with Richard within our time studying mathematics, he proved himself an intelligent yet grounded person.
Outside of academia, he was an established rugby player representing the university on many occasions throughout his first year at Leeds. Whilst he was a fierce competitor on the pitch, he was known more for his camaraderie and wicked sense of humour off of it. Richard was travelling to play rugby and study abroad when the incident occurred. I can only imagine the excitement he must have felt after enduring an injury hit season last year.
Most of all, Richard was a kind and empathetic character that actively went out of his way to help others. Earlier this year Richard climbed to Everest base camp, raising 2500 for the charity Kidasha that seeks to help disadvantaged children in Nepal. His just giving page can be found here below; Since his death the number of donations has increased dramatically to around 14000 now, ensuring that Richard’s good will is continued.
As a friend, Richard will be sorely missed. He was certainly a force for good in this world and we hope that the incredible amount he achieved in such a short space of time is what he will ultimately be remembered for. Our thoughts and best wishes are extended to his family from the society’s committee and all of its members, and I hope all of the incredible testimonies about Richard are of some comfort at this time.
If anyone wishes to pay tribute to Richard, there are several people on social media that are compiling tributes that will be sent to his family, one of which can be found here.
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The role of Fund Manager was not filled at our AGM held in May and as a result of this we are still in the process of taking applications for the position. The Fund Manager will be in charge of the virtual/real money fund that we are looking to run next year for our members to take part in. We are on the lookout for someone;
That is up to date with current market data and information
Is knowledgeable about how to read the fundamental data used to value stocks
Is capable of running teams working in a variety of sectors within equities
Has the determination to make this ambitious project successful
Preferably has some experience on the kind of trading platforms we use, that can be Plus 500 or something similar
Able to dedicate free time to developing their own skills and knowledge within the role first
You don’t have to be very experienced or well versed with trading. We have alumni on hand to consult you on how to grow into your role. This position is ideal for people that are applying for Sales and Trading roles either for summer internships or graduate roles. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org leaving your name, mobile number, degree course and year of study and we will respond to you with the next steps in the process.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to get to know PwC better at our Autumn Careers Evening. Come and meet our people who will include recent joiners, our recruitment team and senior members of staff.You’ll discover why PwC is the first choice for a career in business; why students have voted us number one in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers survey for ten years running and why, right from day one, you’ll feel part of something special.
We don’t think you’ll be disappointed. This is just the start of your relationship with PwC.
Get the low-down on the work our people are passionate about and get answers to any questions you might have.
Gain a deep understanding of where you could fit in.
Get help and advice with your application.
Find out about our other events on campus or at one of our offices.
Leeds University Trading and Investment Society has made radical changes over the summer. As we race towards the start of the academic year, we will be posting lots of new events and information about the forthcoming year! We have brand new sponsors and connections with organisations that we will be looking to make the most of this year.
By joining LUUTIS this forthcoming academic year, you will really begin to see the benefits of what the society has to offer. We will be having more socials, more events and a lot more interaction with our members.
The Virtual Fund will be runing again this year and will be led by George Hillman, our designated Fund Manager. He will be looking to recruit Fund Managers and Analysts for particular sectors. Applications for the roles will be opening up shortly.