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2024/25 Summer Internship - Macquarie Capital - New Zealand

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Put your learnings to work in a global business with our Macquarie Capital Summer Internship Program. The Program provides an opportunity for penultimate year students from any degree background to gain exposure to our corporate mergers and acquisitions (M&A), advisory, investing, development and equities capabilities.

At Macquarie, you’re empowered to challenge what’s possible and shape a career that is meaningful to you. To bring your insights and expertise to the task at hand and to feel supported as you make your own impact for a better future.

What role will you play?

Joining the Macquarie Capital team based in Auckland, you’ll work across a full spectrum of capital solutions from debt, equity, and private capital raising and financing, to investing our own capital to enable growth. You’ll be exposed to the workings of real deals and transactions, while learning new skills and building your professional network.

As part of the Summer Internship Program, you will receive hands on and formal training to build your soft and technical skills. You will also be assigned a buddy and mentor to guide you through your 10-12 week internship. All participants are eligible to be fast-tracked for our Graduate Program.

What you offer

  • You are in your penultimate year of study.
  • We welcome applications from students with all degree backgrounds.
  • No prior financial experience is required, just an innate curiosity and eagerness to learn.

We love hearing from anyone inspired to build a better future with us, if you're excited about the role or working at Macquarie we encourage you to apply.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

We are committed to providing a working environment that embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply regardless of their identity, including gender, race, ethnicity, cultural identity, nationality, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, intersex status, marital or family status, neurodiversity, religion or belief, disabilities, or socio-economic background.

We encourage candidates to let us know in the application if you require adjustments to your working arrangements or the recruitment process.