Thursday, April 5, 2018 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
CCE Employer Events
HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organizations, serving over 38 million customers in 71 countries. HSBC’s international network covers 90% of global trade, uniquely positioning the bank to help customers around the world achieve their ambitions. As the leading international bank in the U.S., HSBC USA invites you to build your leadership skills, grow your network, and jumpstart your career in the financial services industry with the Sophomore Emerging Leaders Conference in New York. This event is focused on providing you with a valuable introduction to Commercial Banking while broadening your knowledge of the financial services industry and sharpening your skill set for a competitive career advantage. You will get the opportunity to network with your peers and interact with both HSBC junior and senior business leaders. This conference will offer insight into our summer internship programs and other opportunities that may be available to you as an undergraduate student. The conference includes: • An overview of HSBC and our footprint in the U.S. • An introduction to the Commercial Banking business • A group case study focused on banking, credit and lending • Panel discussions with analysts, managers and employee resource groups • Networking opportunities Conference Date and Location: • April 5, 2018 • 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM • 452 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10017 – 11th Floor Application Details: • We are looking for students of all majors with an interest in Commercial Banking who possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills tailored to thrive in a team environment. • You are required to submit your resume along with a short 300 word essay detailing why you are interested in attending this conference and the reason you should be selected. • Submit your application to Alexandria.x.Merkent@us.hsbc.com by 3/22 Eligibility Requirements • You must be currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree with an expected graduation of May/June 2020. • You must have a cumulative 3.2+ GPA on a 4.0 scale. • You must be eligible to work in the United States with no sponsorship requirement now or in the future.