Citigroup is a global investment banking firm that offers a wide range of financial services. It employs over 60,000 people worldwide and operates in over 100 countries. Citigroup’s services include retail and corporate banking; investment banking; trade finance; treasury services; asset management and securities brokerage; mortgage servicing and other consumer-related businesses.
The company has been in operation since October 1998, when it was formed by combining Citicorp (the parent company of Citibank) with some of Travelers Group’s insurance businesses. The merger created the world’s largest financial institution by total assets at the time — $1 trillion — which was later surpassed only by JP Morgan Chase & Co., another New York-based bank holding company that also operates internationally under its own name (though it is not part of JPMorgan Chase).
Guggenheim Securities is a full-service investment bank that provides capital markets and advisory services across all asset classes, including equities, fixed income, healthcare, real estate and alternative investments. Guggenheim Securities has offices in North America, Europe and Asia.
Guggenheim Securities provides opportunities for undergraduate students to gain real-world business experience through their Summer Internship Program. Internships are available in the following areas:
- Capital Markets (Equities)
- Investment Banking & Corporate Finance (M&A Advisory/Capital Raising)
- Sales & Trading (Fixed Income Sales / Equities Sales)
A Citi intern is part of a team that works together to help create great experiences for our clients. They have the opportunity to be part of a team that provides valuable insight and feedback into their work environment, while gaining exposure to all aspects of investment banking, including research, sales and trading, capital markets and asset management.
Citi offers an extensive program for Citi interns that includes one-on-one meetings with senior leaders from across the firm; formal orientation sessions; an annual review process; access to online resources such as career development centers on campus or remotely through MyCiti (a digital platform), career planning tools such as Intern Central (a virtual toolkit) and other online resources such as @CitiStudent on Twitter or “Interns” in LinkedIn groups where you can connect with fellow interns from different locations around the world.
Our interns gain practical knowledge from day one by working alongside professionals who help them learn skills they need throughout their careers at Citi while getting real work experience in their chosen fields as well as exposure within different areas within our organization
BMO Capital Markets is the investment and corporate banking division of BMO Financial Group. It is one of Canada’s top five investment dealers focused on growing businesses through a broad range of financial services. BMO Capital Markets has over 2,500 employees operating in 30 locations around the world.
The firm offers clients access to a wide spectrum of capital markets products and services including equities; equity research; fixed income sales and trading; structured products; asset management; loans syndication and distribution services for institutional clients worldwide as well as private wealth management solutions for high net worth individuals, families and foundations globally.
Call back the number you see on your screen.
- Don’t call a phone number that doesn’t appear on your screen. This is likely an out-of-service or private number, and could be dangerous to call.
- Call the phone number again if you get a busy signal or no answer after several attempts (up to five times). If at first you don’t succeed, try again—and keep trying until someone picks up!
Internships are a good way to get a foot in the door.
- Internships can get you a foot in the door.
- Internships are a great way to get your foot in the door and make connections that will help you land your first full-time job. If you’re looking for an internship, Citi offers internships for college students as well as for recent graduates.
- Internships pay well.
- The average annual wage for a bank teller is $27,000 per year and bank tellers typically work 40 hours per week with no overtime pay or benefits like health insurance or retirement plans. If you want to be able to save up money while you’re working at your internship, then being paid by the hour may not be such a bad deal after all!