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2023 Investment Banking Summer Analyst Program - New York


Projects include, but are not limited to:
  • Support deal teams in pitching and executing transactions
  • Create & maintain financial analyses and models
  • Understand product and market dynamics through comparable and markets analysis
  • Conduct due diligence and research on various businesses and industries
  • Develop presentation materials for internal colleagues, clients, and investors

Program Benefits include:
  • One week of product, professional development, Diversity & Inclusion, Culture & Conduct training, and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Employee Resource Group (ERGs) events
  • Weekly Lunch & Learns with Senior Management
  • Ongoing networking and development opportunities inside and outside of your assigned team
  • Mentorship opportunities and access staff within the SG community
  • Option to shadow members of various teams across the bank
  • Collaboration among fellow interns


Société Générale is looking for individuals who highly value:
  • Academic accomplishments
  • Interest in financial markets and analyzing various businesses and industries
  • Team spirit and collaboration
  • Adaptability, innovative thinking, energy, and enthusiasm
  • The opportunity to experience varied work environments
  • Commitment to building meaningful professional relationships in the financial sector
 Preferred Majors: Finance, Economics, Engineering, Accounting, Liberal Arts


Our Diversity & Inclusion Mission: Recruit, develop, advance, and retain a diverse workforce that is united in our efforts to enhance our competitive position and deliver innovative solutions to our clients

Our Diversity & Inclusion Vision:
  • Engaged workforce that is demographically diverse in a way that reflects the communities in which we operate
  • Inclusive culture and workplace that recognizes employees' unique needs and utilizes their diverse talents
  • Engage our community and marketplace, and position the organization to meet the needs of all its clients

Hybrid Work Environment:
Societe Generale offers a hybrid work arrangement that provides employees with the flexibility of working both on-site and remotely to balance their lifestyles and personal obligations with in-person interaction and collaboration with their colleagues.
With the increasing number of employees working on-site, Societe Generale continues to support a healthy and safe in-person working environment by implemented health and safety controls and by only allowing staff who are vaccinated against COVID-19 into Societe Generale offices.


 Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking (SGCIB) provides highly motivated individuals with the opportunity to build exceptional careers within the finance industry. Our Global Banking and Advisory Summer Analyst Program offers knowledge of banking, our businesses, and culture that will enable you to succeed in this innovative sector that provides expansive opportunities; it is also the main pipeline into our Full-Time Analyst Program.

The 10-week (June – August) program includes a Firmwide orientation to Société Generale’s businesses, followed by formal classroom training on our Global Banking and Advisory business. The Summer Analyst Program will enable you to benefit from ongoing networking and development opportunities inside and outside your assigned team.

You will work closely with one of the following teams: Coverage, Credit analysis, Financial Institutions, Financial Sponsor Coverage, Debt Capital Markets, High Yield, Leveraged Finance, Strategic & Acquisition Finance, Asset-Backed Products, Ratings Advisory, Natural Resources & Infrastructure Financing, & Asset Based Finance, & Syndications.

We are an equal opportunities employer and we are proud to make diversity a strength for our company. Societe Generale is committed to recognizing and promoting all talents, regardless of their beliefs, age, disability, parental status, ethnic origin, nationality, gender identity, sexual orientation, membership of a political, religious, trade union or minority organisation, or any other characteristic that could be subject to discrimination.