Saffery Champness is accepting applications for its first Summer Internship Programme with paid work placements for students over the age of 16 this year.
The private client firm is offering four-week paid internships between 31 July and 25 August, allowing students to see what role each department has in delivering its overall services.
Over the course of the placement, students will be in pairs as they spend time with each team in the business and will have the opportunity to learn from Saffery’s team members at different stages of their careers.
Managing Director, Nick Batiste, said the placement will offer a unique opportunity.
“Having started at Saffery Champness aged 17, I have the benefit of hindsight in knowing just how valuable it is to have access to so many teams delivering a broad range of services in one place. I am delighted to be able to offer the same opportunity to students who are interested in learning more about private client service. Perhaps a future Managing Director will be among them.”
Pictured: Nick Batiste.
Saffery Guernsey employs over eighty staff and is listed as a ‘tier one’ firm in ePrivateClient’s ranking of Top Independent Trust Companies.
“Our distinctive independent structure allows us complete autonomy over what services we provide, the clients we onboard and which intermediaries we work with," added Mr Batiste. "As a result, we have developed expertise in emerging areas including working with clients holding digital assets and cryptocurrencies and clients using their wealth to reduce the impacts of climate change.
“Students on the summer internship placement will learn how we work in partnership with a global network of specialists to ensure our clients have access to professionals at the forefront of their respective industries.”
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