RBC Analyst Program Virtual Information Session | Sept 22

| September 15, 2020 (LIVE)
Submitted by Nia Lagleva for Career and Professional Development
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The RBC Analyst Program develops future leaders at RBC in one of their core product or functional areas. Analysts within the program take responsibility and leadership in key areas of the organization. This is an opportunity from day one, to acquire transferable skills while supporting part of a business at Canada’s leading bank. Analysts will be entrusted to solve complex problems and develop strategies that drive growth and profitability.

You will begin your career in one of our core product or functional areas. This could potentially include:

  • Cards, Payments and Banking
  • Automotive Finance
  • Portfolio Management and Credit Strategies
  • RBC Ventures
  • Commercial Financial Services
  • Personal Financing Products

Event Details:

There will be a number of representatives, including RBC Analyst Program Alumni, in attendance to discuss the opportunity in detail followed by panel discussion and open Q&A period.

  • Date: Tuesday, September 22
  • Time: 5 – 7 p.m. 9 (EDT)

Capacity is limited so please register to reserve a virtual seat!

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