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Graduate Job IT Investment Banking Analysts, Developers and Business Analysts- Hong Kong

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: FDM Group
Reference: HKFDM
Salary: Competitive  

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EXPIRY NOTICE: This job has now expired and will not be accepting any more applications.

Work IT with HSBC – Hong Kong!

FDM is offering a once in a lifetime opportunity for a limited number of graduates looking to launch their IT career!

We are currently seeking potential IT Investment Banking Analysts, Developers and Business Analysts to form a new IT team working at HSBC in Hong Kong. Full training with FDM Academy in investment banking technologies will be provided in our technical training centre in London, preparing candidates for the following two years, where they will be working as professional IT Consultants in Hong Kong

To apply for this unique opportunity, candidates must:

  • Have a background or degree in IT, business, finance or related
  • Be eligible to work in Hong Kong (residency or ID Card)
  • Be fluent in Cantonese
  • Be confident, professional and an excellent communicator
  • Be enthusiastic with the drive and ambition to work in IT
  • Willing to relocate

This role is ideal for a graduate looking to break into the IT sector in a challenging technical role, with great prospects for career progression.

Interviews have already begun so candidates should send their CV ASAP by clicking 'apply now.'

More information about FDM can be found on our website although information about this particular role will not be available on the website, as it is a unique requirement.

You Can Bank on Loving I.T. in Hong Kong!

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