Greater Bay Area Youth Employment Scheme - Hong Kong
The Greater Bay Youth Employment Scheme (“the Scheme”), launched by the HK Government, to encourage and support young people to work and pursue their careers in the Mainland cities of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
As a key player in GBA, Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited is participating in the Scheme and will offer an 18-month full-time opportunity to recent graduates and allow them to understand the latest developments of both Hong Kong and those cities and leverage the opportunities for career advancement in the GBA.
Fintech Career Accelerator Scheme (FCAS)
The Fintech Career Accelerator Scheme ("FCAS") is a talent development scheme launched by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) in 2016 to expand the fintech talent pool in Hong Kong. This is a full-time, semester-based internship, where interns will work on fintech projects for one year.
Private Wealth Management Association (PWMA)
The Private Wealth Management Association Apprenticeship is co-organised by HKMA and PWMA. It provides university students with “front-to-back” experience in the private wealth management business for sixteen weeks.
Students will work across a range of functions in our Private Banking business. They’ll learn and build knowledge of our products, client service, risk management, compliance and internal control. The programme will provide you with market-leading work experience to start your career private wealth management.
How to apply
Students need to make two applications:
- Students will be invited to apply to the Programme through an online platform managed by HKMA, which will share the applications with participating firms that the students have expressed an interest in working for.
- Applicants interested in working at Standard Chartered Bank will need to go through the Bank’s standard online assessments as part of the selection process.
Ready to apply?
If you’re looking for a career with purpose and want to work for a bank making a difference, we’d love to hear from you.