Feedback from participants at previous Instructus courses strongly indicates that the prospect of securing an internship or graduate training position with a financial services organisation is significantly improved when candidates are able to demonstrate a proper and fully-informed knowledge of capital markets and of their role in the wider financial world.
Our aim is to deliver this knowledge - in a friendly and jargon-free manner - to all attendees of The Capital Markets Career Workshop.
"Had a great time on the Introduction to Capital Markets course last week. Really informative, learnt a lot and had a lot of fun in a great atmosphere. Thanks guys."
Jack Cox, Cardiff University
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Graham began his career as a trader at Smith Barney in 1996 before joining Citigroup as Managing Director of European trading and subsequently Unicredit as Global Head of Trading and Sales Trading. Graham now runs Trafalgar Capitals Pan European hedge fund, with whom Instructus are in partnership. Read more
Giles began his career on the Stock Exchange floor in 1986, trading for Nat-West markets. Following this he joined Deutsche Bank and then Citigroup where he was Managing Director responsible for Energy trading. Read more
Paul has over 30 years' experience in the UK, European and global equities markets as an investment analyst, equity salesman and senior manager. His career has included periods as Head of Institutional Clients at HSBC Investment Bank, COO of EMEA Equities at Citigroup and, latterly, as Deputy CEO of Oriel Securities, the independent UK equities stockbroker. Read more
Nick graduated from Edinburgh University in 2010 with a degree in business and finance. He joined Unicredits equity team later that year where he was fast tracked to trading his own sector at the age of 25. Read more
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“Hugely useful workshop ahead of upcoming graduate interviews, gave a fantastic oversight of the industry and what employers look for in prospective applicants.”- Student, Kings College London