Friday, 8 September 2017

Investec Graduate Opportunity 2017

At Investec, we see more than a CV, more than a qualification. We see the potential that burns within. We see YOU.

At Investec, we are more about creating paths than following them. Distinctly different from desire, we strive to live Out of the Ordinary. The same can be said about the people we employ. We look for qualities others may not recognise as valuable because what makes you unique cannot be captured on paper.

Investec Wealth & Investment is looking for a Legal Graduate Assistant to join its Wealth & Investment department in Sandton, Johannesburg.

Investec is an international specialist banking and asset management group. It provides a range of financial products and services to a client base in three principal markets: the United Kingdom, South Africa and Australia.

Duties & Responsibilities
The prospective candidate is responsible for a number of administrative functions:
  • -to format and assist with all legal agreements, documents and letters
  • -to file and keep a comprehensive list of all legal agreements
  • -to keep all legal documentation updated
The potential candidate will assist with a number of legal matters and will have the opportunity to assist in developing legal skills within the Wealth & Investment business
  • Responsible for assisting the Head of Legal and the business with the administration and legal operations.
  • The role requires dedication and willingness
  • To gain and deepen knowledge of all related legal issues and applicable business processes;; and
  • To understand legal risk management
  • Graduate looking for work experience, with – or without- prior experience in legal/ financial services.
  • Legal, risk or financial degree an advantage.
  • Newly admitted attorney an advantage.
Applications close on 09 September 2017.

Location - Investec Office - Sandton


We are committed to Employment Equity when recruiting internally and externally.  We look to promote from within wherever appropriate, but always with due regard supporting the achievement of our Employment Equity goals.

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