We welcomed six new graduates in November 2020, despite the challenging environment, maintaining our commitment to giving an opportunity to talented, energetic and enthusiastic young graduates seeking a career in sustainable finance.
Constance Chalchat, Head of Company Engagement for BNP Paribas CIB explained: “Net zero can only be achieved with engaged new talent. They are the generation that will live through the worse of climate change if we don’t act now. We made a point to launch the programme despite multiple challenges from the Covid-19 crisis because we want to nurture today the sustainability talent of tomorrow.”
The programme provides selected graduates with an opportunity to make a difference and learn from our leading specialists in sustainable and impact finance. These young employees are developing their skills in a stimulating international environment with three different assignments over 18 months. They will complement their on-the-job training with a certified programme with the Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership.
BNP Paribas supports young people, the bank’s future talent
While the health crisis has impacted young people’s confidence about the future all around the world, it has also made them more eager to act for the environment. BNP Paribas has shown its understanding and support as a leader in sustainable finance by playing an active role in helping them to develop careers in line with their aspirations.