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Credit Suisse is a leading global wealth manager with strong investment banking and asset management capabilities. Founded in 1856, Credit Suisse has expanded to be a global force employing over 45,000 people in 50 countries. It is a high priority for us to continually invest in our employees by providing ongoing opportunities for training, networking and mobility. Join us and let's shape the future of Credit Suisse together.
Length: 6 months Academic qualification: Bachelor degree from a university, ideally in economics or engineering. Other requirements: strong affinity for risk management Your Benefits International working environment: Work in a Swiss corporation with an international outlook and cultural diversity Shadowing days: Opportunity to gain insight into other areas of the bank and expand your knowledge Internship events: Chance to get to know other Interns, make new contacts across different areas, and build up a network at various events Full-time perspective: Possibility of a position in the Career Start program after successfully completing the internship and finishing your studies
a meaningful role in which you will monitor and analyze liquidity risk exposures and communicate key findings to senior management and other business partners
an interesting platform to conduct business deep-dives for specific portfolios and products
a challenging opportunity to perform ad-hoc liquidity risk analysis across all IWM entities
You will be involved in reviewing updates to Credit Suisse' internal liquidity risk models, in particular if they impact the IWM division