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Whether it’s an eight-week internship or our graduate programme, our early years opportunities provide excellent insight into the world of banking in a sophisticated, supportive, and nurturing environment. 


See what goes on in a bank and gain great work experience and develop some new skills.

Starts late June.

Year Placements

Gain a depth of knowledge and skills while undertaking structured work and development.

Starts early September.

“Meeting and learning from the team was a brilliant experience, with everyone being welcoming and supportive from the start.”

“My internship provided me with valuable hands-on experience and development, ranging from investment research to assisting with client related work. The values instilled in the bank makes it a great opportunity for individuals seeking quality experience in Investment Management and Private Banking.”

“Throughout my internship I undertook development in relation to the core services, technical skills and knowledge required within the Investment management team and additionally, insights into the city and understanding of various fund strategies.

During my placement at Arbuthnot Latham, I was pleasantly surprised about the collaborative, friendly and open-minded spirit within the bank. I have been exposed to a variety of roles and responsibilities from meeting clients, to helping Private Banking Executives and clients on a daily basis. Helping the bank will give me with an edge for my final year at university but also provide me with an invaluable experience to kickstart my post-graduation finance career.”

Graduate Careers

Gain a breath of knowledge through rotations, work shadowing, and development.

Starts early September.

Apprenticeship Careers

Gain qualifications and knowledge through professional studies, work shadowing, and development.

Starts early September.

“I have thoroughly enjoyed completing my apprenticeship alongside my role as a compliance assistant.. This has allowed me to not only improve my regulatory knowledge, but also apply the content learnt in my work-related tasks. As I now reach the end of my apprenticeship, I have certainly learnt a huge amount with regards to regulation, as well as vital skills transferrable into all aspects of life (organisation, time-management etc).”

I completed the Level 3 Business Administrator course in October 2021 where I was awarded a Distinction in all 3 disciplines which are split between; Knowledge test, Portfolio based interview and Project/improvement process presentation. For my qualification I covered modules such as project management, legislation and regulation, business processes and procedures and business fundamentals. I now have a comprehensive understanding of business administration which has helped me significantly in my career development. I am very thankful for the opportunities that Arbuthnot Latham have provided me and I hope to continue progressing my career with them, and am currently looking for further development opportunities’’

I joined Arbuthnot Latham in November 2020 as an apprentice in the compliance department after finishing sixth form. This has allowed me to complete my level 3 global financial compliance qualification, whilst also gaining hands on experience in the workplace. AL have been extremely supportive in allowing me time to study for my exam, while also ensuring that I am given a variety of new tasks to continually develop new skills.”

My experiences in the day-to-day role have been excellent. Being a team assistant has meant a fair bit of admin work, but this is nothing I didn’t expect. The culture at AL is certainly something I didn’t expect, but in a good way. I have felt nothing but welcome since day one and have loved working with every one of my team. I feel I have made lasting relationships with people at AL and genuinely believe I will keep in touch with many colleagues when I leave. Overall, I have very much enjoyed the year and although I am looking forward to going back to university next year leaving my current team will certainly make the feeling slightly more bittersweet.