🚀 Internship

Intern International Treasury EMEA

🚀 Placement Program


Rolling basis


The Intern International Treasury will be part of the three-person International Treasury team based in London which itself is part of the Global WHR Treasury team. The Intern is responsible for the following daily procedures:

  • Responding to the requests of In-House-Bank (IHB) and netting participants
  • Preliminary reports for monthly netting cycle
  • Intercompany loan administration
  • Provision of information for month end accounting purposes
  • Maintenance of the Treasury Management system’s participant information
  • Daily cash positioning
  • Assisting in projects to improve the Treasury infra-structure
  • Fielding queries from the WHR international divisions
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Area of Responsibilities

Banking & Finance


1. Daily cash management

Ascertaining account balances and recommending the positioning of funds

2. Global in-house banking

  • Conducting cash consolidation operations and the monthly netting cycle with participants and providing information to various accounting teams
  • Money market and debt issuance operations 

3. Business unit liaison

Assisting colleagues in the business units with general Treasury and banking related queries including administration of various banking systems

4. Clerical duties 

Maintenance and update of bank account mandates and general databases

5. Internship Group Project: all Interns will be involved in a business-critical project during their internship

6. Support the employee engagement committee in organising activities/ initiatives under 3 pillars: People, Community and Sustainability 

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  • University Graduate degree (or studying towards) in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Business or related field 
  • Previous experience within a finance role either as a previous internship or as holiday work experience
  • Knowledge of banking software such as Barclays.net, JPM Access and Bank of America CashPro as well as Treasury Management Systems such as Kyriba would be helpful.
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint is required.
  • Excellent communication skills (both written and oral), good numeracy skills, good cultural awareness given the global spread of colleagues and counter-parties; knowledge of another European language is desirable.
  • Ability to apply learning from degree course to identify risk (re: foreign exchange) and interpret forecasts for liquidity management
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