Our Summer Analyst Program is an 8-week paid internship designed to provide you with an exciting, supportive and fun experience which mirrors life as an Analyst at BlackRock. You’ll have real-world responsibilities during the summer, in addition to participating in professional development, networking and social events.
The Summer Analyst Program acts as a feeder to the Full-Time Analyst Program.
To succeed at BlackRock, you should be curious and motivated to solve some of the world’s most complex challenges. You should be willing to step outside your comfort zone, open to new ways of thinking and passionate about helping people from all walks of life build a better financial future.
Compliance ensures the firm satisfies its regulatory obligations, protects its reputation, and provides advice to and partners with the business to meet our clients’ expectations. The team facilitates global business activities while protecting BlackRock from regulatory, reputational and related economic risk.
As an analyst you will:
· Build relationships with the potential for a longer-term career within Compliance
· Be involved in various aspects of the Compliance program, which may include Compliance Advisory/Line of Business, Monitoring and Testing, Surveillance, Regulatory Engagement and Development, Corporate Compliance and/or Financial Crime
· Experience high profile project work
· Participate in projects that will optimize processes, including the opportunity to use data and coding skills
· Bring a new perspective
Candidates must be graduating from an undergraduate or a master’s degree program between January 2023 and December 2023; with less than 18 months of relevant full-time work experience. We welcome applications from candidates studying any degree subject.
While we do not require fluency in Hungarian for any of our Budapest roles, you must speak English at a proficient level.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 12 November 2021
As part of your application, you will be able to select up to two teams you would like to be considered for.
Once you’ve submitted your online application, you will be asked to complete a virtual cover letter. Think of this as an opportunity to give us your elevator pitch – it is not an interview but will be considered along with your resume. This must be completed within 72 hours of submitting the written part of your application and for each business area you apply for.
If you are interested in our software engineering opportunities, we’ll ask you to complete a coding challenge instead of a virtual cover letter. This must be completed within 96 hours of submitting the first part of your application.