There is a bank for optimists, go-getters and visionaries. For those who don’t take no for an answer. Who see what others do not. Achieve what no one else thought imaginable. Because our clients believe in themselves and their ideas. And that it can be done.
We are committed to serving people who persevere at decisive moments. Who know that YES is possibly the most powerful word on earth.
What we do
NIBC is the enterprising bank for entrepreneurs. We share a forward-thinking, can-do attitude. It’s what we call our ‘yes’ mentality. Agile and flexible, we think and act like entrepreneurs to support our corporate clients in building their businesses.
For enterprising, independent-minded retail customers, our Consumer Bank offers straightforward, transparent products. These include residential mortgages and online savings deposits via NIBC Direct in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.
Our expertise spans debt and equity mezzanine, mergers & acquisitions, capitalisation advisory, leveraged finance and structured finance.
Why would you want to work for NIBC’s Business management Team?
Business Management Corporate Banking supports the management of the SBU Corporate Banking and BUs (Client Sectors, Products and Countries) in managing their business with strategy/agenda/action setting, budget and performance measurement, organisational improvement, client relationship management and client
The Business Management team currently consists of seven professionals, each with different roles and responsibilities. As part of the team you will be actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the bank and quickly gain insight in a broad range of NIBC activities. This Internship is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the operational management of a bank organization.
What will you do?
Business Management Corporate Banking supports the management of the SBU Corporate Banking and BUs in strategy, organisational improvement, budget and (financial) performance management. The team operates in close cooperation with the commercial BUs as well as supporting departments such as Finance, IT, Risk and HR. Your contribution will vary per assignment and comprises of amongst others the following activities:
- Conducting (sub-)sector/market analysis; market intelligence;
- Performing external/internal database analyses (prospect selection, client data);
- Analysing client related activities within Corporate Banking (origination activity; pipeline conversion);
- Maintain relationships with relevant stakeholders within the organisation such as commercial departments as well as professionals from other departments of NIBC.
Who are we looking for?
A committed, self starting and flexible team player with strong numerical- and analytical skills as well as good verbal and written communication skills. You should have affinity with the banking/financial sector and banking products.
Our purpose is to make a difference at decisive moments for our clients. The inventiveness of our solutions often determines our ability to do this. And inventive ideas arise from diverse teams. We are therefore looking for people with different profiles and who want to contribute to the openness and inclusiveness of our culture. To increase our professionalism we also focus on giving each other continuous feedback. A high performance culture can only be sustained with talented individuals who are always ready to take the next step to grow. See also: https://www.nibc.com/about-us/our-purpose-and-corporate-values/
What will you bring?
- A Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Finance/Accountancy, Business Analytics or Business Information Management;
- Excellent academic results and extra-curricular activities;
- Excellent MS Excel skills;
- “Think Yes” mentality: Forward-thinking, can-do mentality, self-starter and result oriented;
- Fluent in English. Dutch and/or German is a pre.
Wat biedt het bedrijf je?
What will you get?
The benefits of a smaller dynamic firm. You will not work on a tiny piece of a huge complex puzzle within a big corporation, but see the direct impact of what you do in the firm and its customers. Working in a smaller bank will give you substantial responsibilities, direct exposure to senior management and enable you to better understand how a bank works and where you can best leverage your talents.
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