The Finance Internship and Junior Analyst programs are professional training programs that provide an opportunity to develop the analytical, quantitative and interpersonal skills necessary to develop an exciting and rewarding career in finance. Treasury has three departments and a compliance and controls team.
Two Programs: One Treasury
Working together with full-time World Bank Treasury staff, student and graduate staff are given the opportunity to explore and assist in Treasury’s business functions. The lessons learned at Treasury will lay the foundation for a financial career at the world’s leading investment banks, fund managers or corporate treasuries.
The Internship Program is designed in part to attract the best talent to return to the World Bank Treasury upon graduating where they can begin a full-time two-year professional position as a Junior Analyst—preparing the next generation of finance professionals for the world’s top business schools and follow-on careers.
About the World Bank Treasury
Treasury has been a large and significant player in the international financial markets for more than 70 years and has achieved a global reputation as a prudent and innovative borrower, investor and risk manager. Treasury is responsible for: (i) managing more than $184 billion in assets for the World Bank and other official sector investors; (ii) leading the World Bank's financing program in international and domestic bond and derivatives markets; (iii) conducting asset and liability management for the World Bank's balance sheet; (iv) overseeing the development and outreach related to the financing and hedging products the World Bank provides for its developing-country clients; and (v) collaborating with official sector institutions of member countries to help build their capacity in asset and public debt management.
Over 70 Years of Innovation in the Global Capital Markets
Capital markets are key to transforming society. Since its inaugural bond over 70 years ago, the World Bank has pioneered many ‘firsts’. Our goal is not only to raise funds at the most reasonable cost for our client countries, but also to develop innovative solutions for the world's most difficult development challenges. Our history shows that when used innovatively and effectively, capital markets are a powerful force for good.
Poverty has no borders. Neither does the effort to rid the world of it.
The World Bank’s twin goals are ending extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity. The World Bank’s Treasury financially enables the operational departments to work toward these goals. We are proud to be an equal opportunity and inclusive employer with a dedicated and committed workforce and do not discriminate based on gender, gender identity, religion, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or disability.