Rothschild is one of the world's largest independent financial advisory groups, employing approximately 2,800 people in 40 countries around the world. We are family-controlled and independent and have been at the centre of the world's financial markets for over 200 years. From our historical roots in Europe we have developed a unique global footprint.
Today we have full-scale advisory businesses across the world, including locally staffed offices in China, Brazil, India, Russia, the United States of America, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.
About Global Financial Advisory
Our Global Financial Advisory business provides impartial, expert advisory services to corporations, governments, institutions and individuals. We deliver the highest quality advice with discretion, integrity and insight, in the areas of M&A and strategic advisory and financing advisory.
About our Global Financial Advisory Spring Insight Programme
Our Spring Insight Programme is designed for students in their first year of university (or second year if completing a four year course) who are considering a career in financial advisory.
The programme, centred on our Global Financial Advisory division, will serve as an introduction to our M&A, debt and restructuring and equity advisory businesses, giving you a valuable insight into life as a banker at Rothschild. During the programme, students will have the opportunity to experience the working environment by spending time shadowing junior bankers, as well as taking part in informative skills sessions, listening to presentations and networking with senior bankers.
We also run tours of our historical archives so that students can see for themselves how our success across two centuries has been shaped by the involvement of the Rothschild family, and how our business model makes us truly unique.
We are looking for a diverse group of high-calibre individuals who are bright, driven and enthusiastic about our business. In addition to this, candidates will need to possess:
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Strong numerical ability
Applications are welcomed from all degree disciplines. A minimum of 340 UCAS points are required and candidates should be on track for a 2:1 or equivalent.