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Graduate Opportunities: Nomura - Applications Closed


Nomura Graduate Opportunities
Our investment banking group provides a vast array of advisory and capital raising solutions to corporations, institutional and government clients around the world.  Our global teams have experienced professionals who act as geographic, product and industry specialists.

Region: Asia Pacific
Vacancy Type: Analyst - Full time
Vacancy Location: Sydney
Applications Closing Date: 3 April 2014

Minimum Grades: Distinction or equivalent (UK 2.1, GPA 3.5)

What role you might play
Deal Execution: Working closely with clients and execution teams (lawyers, accountants, consultants, and bankers) on mandated transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, capital raisings and restructurings. 
Client Relationship Management: Generating and presenting ideas at client meetings alongside senior bankers. 
Strategic Analysis: Supporting transactions and client presentations with financial, structural and business risk analysis. 

As a graduate, you will receive all the dedicated training and support you will need to have a successful career at Nomura. Whatever division you join, you will also benefit from ongoing performance feedback. You'll have access to division-specific educational sessions specifically designed to aid your professional development. You will also find that, at Nomura, our managers spend time focusing on your career development. They will dedicate considerable amounts of time to coaching and mentoring you, helping you realize your full potential. You will also have the opportunity to take part in team-building events with global graduate colleagues to help with your integration into the culture of Nomura.

You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this position.

For further information, process timeline and application details, please visit our website www.nomura.com/asia/careers

 

 

 

 

 

 
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