We take a look at what you need for corporate banking jobs in the UK

Despite the fact that many people blame the banks in the United Kingdom for the problems that we now face financially in our day to day lives, the fact of the matter is that the financial industry still provides countless jobs across the country, and it shouldn't be ruled out by anyone who is searching for a job right now. If you think that you might be interested in working in corporate banking jobs, then this guide can help you out.

One of the most popular corporate banking jobs is the role of corporate investment banker. In this positions you'll be required to research market conditions and any developments that may affect them, check out potential new business opportunities, carry out financial modelling to help find solutions for clients, work closely with financial officers of companies of big corporations, work with teams of lawyers, accountants and PR consultants, and obtain specialist information wherever possible.

The entry requirements for this kind of position are usually a HND or degree in a suitable field, as well as a number of different skills and traits which can include good time management, the ability to work under pressure, commitment, project management skills, strong numeracy abilities, excellent communication skills and the ability to work well in a team.

Positions in these kinds of corporate banking jobs start off with wages between £32,000 and £40,000 per year, which can increase to between £50,000 to £75,000 for those who have between three and five years worth of experience in the field.

You can keep up to date with the latest career information at the following websites;

  • efinancialcareers.co.uk
  • timesonline.co.uk
  • the guardian.co.uk
  • ft.com

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