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BMO Spotlight: What is Investment and Corporate Banking?

BMO Connect: Info Sessions

DATE & TIME
Thursday, October 6, 2022
5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Registration is closed

COST

This event is free

WHERE

Online

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Are you a first or second year undergraduate student in North America looking for a Summer 2023 or a Summer 2024 internship opportunity? Are you looking to learn about what Capital Markets opportunities exist at BMO?

If you responded YES to these questions – this is your opportunity to learn all about BMO Capital Markets!

We are looking to meet students across North America who have an interest in banking, specifically Capital Markets! It doesn’t matter what major you’re studying… we want to connect with you, teach you about our businesses, and share career options in Capital Markets at BMO.

 

We are hosting a brand-new Open House Series:

·      Register for our BMO Connect: Info Sessions for a general overview of Capital Markets

·      Register for our BMO Spotlights for more of deep dive into our businesses - Investment & Corporate Banking or Global Markets

·      Or Register for both!

 

In all sessions, you’ll have the chance to meet our early talent recruiters, business leaders, and representatives from across these lines of business in the U.S and Canada! Get your questions ready.

* Please note: these sessions are designed for first- and second-year undergraduate students attending U.S. and Canadian institutions

 

BMO Spotlight: What is Investment and Corporate Banking

Register here:

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6TH 5:30PM-7:00PM EST

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12TH 5:30PM-7:00PM EST

 

We will be walking you through what a career looks like in Investment and Corporate Banking where you will have the chance to meet our early talent recruiters, business leaders and representatives from across Investment and Corporate Banking in the U.S and Canada!

 

Please note: This event is not coordinated by CAPS or Concordia University.


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