JP Morgan has launched the Saudi Graduate Development Programme to support its business expansion and talent investment in Saudi Arabia.
The programme will aim to attract students at leading universities in Saudi Arabia and around the world. Once the students join the programme, it will provide them with market leading training and multi-disciplinary financial markets skills targeted at supporting the growth of JP Morgan’s business in Saudi Arabia.
Asif Raza, head of JP Morgan Treasury and Securities Services in the Middle East and North Africa region, said: “We are pleased to announce the launch of the Saudi Graduate Development Programme, which is testimony to the firm’s growing commitment to Saudi Arabia. Nurturing leading talent in Saudi Arabia is essential to meet our aggressive growth plans, further strengthen our ties to the local business and financial community and serve our clients with world-class financial services.
The programme will commence campus recruitment in September 2010.
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