Group Corporate Treasury School Leaver Apprentice
- Company: Lloyds Banking Group
- Location: London
- Closing Date: 12-03-2023
Come and join the Lloyds Banking Group Corporate Treasury ‘university’ and earn whilst you learn how they ensure the bank can deliver for over 30 million customers. This is the ideal opportunity for enthusiastic school leavers who are eager to get started with their career and gain a masters equivalent professional qualification at the same time.
Group Corporate Treasury acts as the bank’s bank, making sure that they support the business in being able to provide products and services to their customers.
So what does that actually mean?
They manage the funding, capital and market risk working with teams within the Group and with other banks and investors. Put simply – They make sure they have the cash they need to support lending to customers and to make sure people can make the payments they need to.
About the programme:
Starting in September 2023 you’ll spend four years rotating through their key teams in Treasury, providing you with an opportunity to understand how Treasury and the bank works. You’ll be immersed in the team immediately, being given your own tasks to own whilst also being provided the opportunity to meet people from across the division and learn the fundamentals of treasury.
You’ll be given the opportunity to move teams over the four years and you’ll be provided with a programme-specific manager to provide you consistent and personal support. By the end of this programme, you’ll have a clear path for progression within Treasury and also across the broader Lloyds Banking Group and a firm understanding of your strengths and career goals.
They’ll also support you in achieving the Level 7 CIMA qualification, which will deepen your understanding of finance and mean you’ll end the scheme as a fully qualified management accountant.
Minimum 5 GCSEs Grades 4 -9 (inc. Maths at minimum 5 and English Language) and
Minimum of 112 UCAS points under the 2017 tariff point system (e.g. BBC at A Level or equivalent qualifications).