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The ‘Degree Apprenticeship Programme’ will allow participants to complete an apprenticeship within Goldman Sachs’ Technology division while stud
About Us: Lloyds Banking Group is looking for inquisitive, independent and open-minded individuals. With a role that matters, you'll help us to be the Best Bank for Customers, and help Britain prosper. We recognise that university is not th…
About us   BlackRock was founded in 1988 by eight entrepreneurs who wanted to start a very different company: One that combined the best of a financial leader and a technology pioneer. Our mission is to create a better financial future for our…
M&G Apprenticeships   Have you just finished your A Levels and are looking for your first real job?   M&G are committed to offering Apprenticeship schemes across our business in order to encourage school leavers to establish a c…

Banking apprenticeships could see you working anywhere from a high street branch to a head office, with lots of opportunities for growth if you have the right passion for the industry and skills to match it. Find out about opportunities on TheBigChoice now.

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How much can I earn as an Investment Banking Apprentice?
Investment bankers are known for high salaries and the average starting salaries usually fall between £30,000 and £40,000. With a few years experience you could expect to be earning in the region of £50,000 and if you gain a high level of experience you could earn as much as £150,000 as your base salary. These roles often come with welcome bonuses, yearly bonuses and commission structures that can make earnings significantly higher.
What qualifications do I need to be an Investment Banking Apprentice?
It is not usually possible to start as an investment banker without a university degree, and these can come from all degree specialisms. In the long run any subjects with a strong focus on numeracy or business will be of benefit to you, so consider this subjects at A-level and at degree level.
What skills do I need to be an Investment Banking Apprentice?
Different roles require many different skills but in general investment bankers need a number of key skills to succeed: · Numeracy skills
· Analytical skills
· Team work
· Leadership
· Time management
· Project management
· Dedication
· Ability to work under pressure

What experience do I need to get a job in Investment Banking Apprenticeship?
Work experience is essential in this industry and an internship in an investment bank is a good way to help secure a job. Many investment banks offer internships for their full-time positions, but are usually only open to students that are close to completing their degree. Doing an internship shows an interest and commitment to the industry and knowledge of working in that banking environment.

Apprenticeship Case Study: Joseph, Apprentice @ HSBC

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