Η παρουσίαση θα λάβει χώρα την Πέμπτη 5 Απριλίου, 14:00-16:00, Αίθουσα Τελετών, Κεντρικό Κτίριο Πανεπιστήμιο Πειραιώς, Καραολή & Δημητρίου 80, Πειραιάς.
Career opportunities abroad and application process
Is it feasible for graduates of Greek Universities?
Suela Danksi, Alumni of University of Piraeus, will present the challenges and opportunities in the international banking industry. Suela follows a successful career in London, working for JPMorgan as an Asst. Vice President in the Trade Finance department.
Guest speaker: Philipp Rossberg, Vice President at JPMorgan, Trade Finance, Program Relationship Manager, EMEA.
The presenters will describe their day-to-day responsibilities and will provide a good insight on the application process, as well as hint and tips that a successful candidate should follow. Suela will share her background and the steps she followed when applying for a position via a graduate program (online application, interview, assessment centre). Philipp will provide his experience when applying for a specific position that requires unique expertise. This will be an open discussion, during which, the attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and will benefit from understanding two different entry paths into a multinational organisation abroad.
Suela graduated from University of Piraeus (Banking and financial Management), started her career as an intern at Alpha Bank and HSBC in Greece, before relocating to London to join the graduate program at JPMorgan in 2009. Suela rolled-off the graduate program in 2011 and since then she has been managing a portfolio of Corporate clients in the Trade Finance department.
Philipp graduated from University of Hamburg, started his career at Ernst & Young and joined JPMorgan in 2010 managing the relationships with Export Credit Agencies and Development Finance Institutions in the EMEA region. Prior to that, he held various positions in the Export Credit and Investment divisions of the German ECA EulerHermes, most recently as Head of an underwriting unit with a focus on project- and structured-finance transactions.