The Finance & Accounting Division is responsible for all Bank of Ireland Group financial and management reporting processes to ensure that all reporting is appropriately governed.
Over the four year Graduate Programme you will have four rotations, one per year, which will provide you with the opportunity to work within specific business units across the Finance & Accounting Division.
By the end of the four year programme, you will have received a wide range of experience across various functions within Finance & Accounting, including Group Treasury. This will include exposure to internal management reporting and external financial reporting (including interim and annual statutory accounts), pre-close statements, published accounts and investor briefings.
This programme will give you expertise in MI and data analytics – and comprehensive product knowledge in the areas of complex treasury and financial instruments credit/market/liquidity risk, balance sheet management and capital requirements.
You will gain an understanding of how the financial reporting process works for a large publicly quoted company together with an appreciation of the importance of internal control, with a key focus on SOX requirements.
You will receive considerable assistance to support you in attaining an accountancy qualification (ACCA), which is a requirement for any applicant to the programme.
The closing date for this application is 31st October.
BA Hons Accounting and Finance DCU
I was attracted to the Bank of Ireland Graduate Programme as it was the best finance services graduate employer to offer educational support for accountancy qualification, which I was committed to study towards.The rotational structure of the programme provides a great opportunity to gain a strong insight into how the finance function operates from the various perspectives. This appealed to me as I believed that it would give me invaluable experience, as well as equip me with the ability to make an informed decision as to what area of finance is best suited to me beyond the programme.
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