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Frankfurt am Main, 20.12.2017 12:00:00

An inclusive financial sector is an important foundation for economic growth worldwide. A low level of financial intermediation and small range of financial products negatively affect low-income populations and small enterprises that do not have adequate access to financial services. Financial sector development therefore not only contributes to the growth of national economies, but also advances growth and income opportunities for poor households and MSMEs.

As an integral part of one of Europe's leading business schools, Frankfurt School’s International Advisory Services (IAS) is ideally placed to provide consulting services to strengthen the financial sector in transition countries and developing economies.

Our IAS team is seeking to recruit Trainees (f/m) at the earliest possible date.

We offer interesting employment opportunities for young and motivated graduates as trainees in development finance projects. After a thorough orientation at IAS Headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, you can work with senior experts in bank advisory projects or you might stay at the head office to support the implementation of financial sector development programmes. The successful completion of our trainee programme (typically 12 months depending on prior qualification) will qualify you for an international career in advisory or project management.

Skills and Qualifications:
  • University degree in social sciences, such as economics, management, politics or related topic
  • An affinity to current trends in the development of development finance
  • Excellent communication and reporting skills
  • Experience with the implementation of projects in developing countries and emerging markets would be an asset
  • First experience in banking and finance and/or international financial sector consulting would be an asset
  • Fluency in English is required, French, Spanish, Portuguese or Russian skills are an advantage, both written and oral
  • Motivation, willingness to travel and relocate

For further inquiries please do not hesitate to contact us. Please send your application and complete documents by email or post (in English) to:

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management gGmbH
International Advisory Services Department
Fatma Dirkes
Adickesallee 32-34
60322 Frankfurt

Tel.: 069/154008-608