Young graduates: Welcome to the class of 2018/2019!

10/08/2018

Young graduates: Welcome to the class of 2018/2019!

Here at CACEIS, this year’s intake of students and young graduates is raring to go! For interns, apprentices and international trainees alike, September is a month of new beginnings.

Every Monday in September and October, new recruits will be visiting our Paris and Luxembourg sites as part of ‘Day One’, where Human Resources is waiting to welcome them in small groups.

There, they are treated to a tour of their new company and a presentation of the different CACEIS systems (including training sessions and an introduction to the Group Savings Plan), and complete the final administrative procedures. They’ll soon be ready to join their mentors and begin their journey into the world of asset servicing!

From undergraduate to postgraduate, our new team members have come from a range of backgrounds to fill a variety of roles: Operational Risk Analyst, Client Operations Manager, Fund Accountant, Financial Controller, Middle Office Manager, Research Analyst and Manager of Project Ownership

Thus begins an exciting new year for them, so let’s have a look at some facts and videos all about the 2018/2019 intake!

 

 

 

Who are they? See below for the profiles of three students who joined CACEIS in September 2018:

 

Jean-Baptiste GILLARDJean-Baptiste GILLARD

I’m 22 and I’m in the first year of my postgraduate degree from Paris University 13 (Master Banque Finance Gestion des Risques – BFGR). 

I’ll soon be starting a two-year apprenticeship as a Credit Risk Analyst.

 Goundo CAMARA Goundo CAMARA

I’m 22 and I’m in the first year of my postgraduate degree from Paris University 13 (Master Banque Finance Gestion des Risques – BFGR). 

I’ll soon be starting a two-year apprenticeship as a Credit Risk Analyst.

Nassim YAHOUMINassim Yahoumi 

I’m 26 and I’m currently studying for my undergraduate degree in Back & Middle Office at the CFPB and the University Paris Nanterre.

 I’ll be spending a year with CACEIS as a Middle Office Flow Manager within the IMS department.”