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Lead Business Analyst/Functional Architect

Barclays London, England

Barclays Investment Banking are urgently look for a Business analyst to lead the functional design, analysis, and business change of agreed projects… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Financial Crime Deputy Money Laundering Reporting Officer: CIS Specialist (Russi

Barclays London, England

Barclays Financial Crime are responsible for positioning Barclays to most effectively mitigate the risks of products and services being abused for… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Head of Digital Studio

Barclays London, England

The success of everyone at Barclays is measured by their ability to put our customers at the centre of their day. To do that in this role, you'll… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Manager Digital Innovation

Barclays London, England

You'll work closely with Digital Office Technology teams to identify key areas for improvement, using your expertise to suggest effective solutions… Glassdoor

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    Summer Intern - Client Coverage (Corporate Bank)

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    Current Employee - Client Coverage Intern in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Client Coverage Intern in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Barclays as an intern (less than an year)


    Great culture: Everyone is very willing to help and network with you. The projects I have been asked to do are both interesting and, I believe, of relative value to the firm. You aren't just asked to menial work, the opportunity to learn certainly exists. Though I will caveat that by saying the internship is what you make of it. If you are willing to ask for more challenging work, it will come.

    The work-life balance is very good. If you are interested in getting into banking but at the same time are concerned about early starts and late nights, the corporate side may be for you. Its much more of a "stay if you need to" type atmosphere; you'll be expected to do the work to a high quality, but provided that you are doing so, you have relative autonomy over the hours that you need to spend in the office. Though as an intern it would be advisable not to get in at nine and leave at five every day.

    The full time staff are also of a very high quality, and its possible to learn a lot from them

    In my experience the culture change at Barclays is not just lip service. The staff here take it very seriously and are committed to changing the perception of Barclays, but also are actively motivated to undertake charitable commitments.


    The salary is not great (internship and grad scheme); it seems to pay below market rates.

    From what I understand the four areas of Barclays are still very sectioned. It doesn't seem like there is a lot of opportunity to move to other areas of the bank (investment/wealth/retail). Definitely not on the graduate scheme, though it seems rare in wider employment also.

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