Our focus is our clients, and we’re looking for graduates who want to really understand and get to know our clients. If you’re looking for a challenging, diverse and fulfilling career path, why not join us?
Coutts and Adam & Company are part of the Private Banking division of RBS, and we are passionate about developing our people. We provide wealth management services to high net worth clients and work closely with colleagues in RBS. Our vision is to be the best Private Bank in the UK.
What you can expect
In Private Banking, you can either join Coutts or Adam & Company. Our two to three year graduate programmes offer you the skills, experience and exposure to real experts to start a vibrant career. We’ll help you determine where your future lies, as you take a step towards being one of our future private bankers or wealth managers.
Your programme will be divided into five structured and support placements to give you a real in-depth insight into what we do. From your first placement on the frontline in our 24/7 telephony and digital banking service, right up to support your move in your private banker or wealth manager role in your final placement – we’ll give you all the support you need to shape a successful future.
Who we’re looking for
To serve our clients’ needs, we want exceptional people. Your passion, commitment and desire to build credible relationships will mean you’ll be making a real contribution from day one.
We’re looking for people whose determination matches our own. We’ve created a challenging and collaborative environment, where you can take the initiative, and always ask how to do things better. Your natural ability to network will help you develop long-term relationships with clients, prospects and colleagues, and engage with members of the communities relevant to your client base.
You’ll be resilient, unflappable and capable of working in a fast-moving, challenging environment. You’ll also need the determination to complete professional qualifications, while gaining on the job experience in a full time role.
Whatever your degree subject, we ask all our graduates to have a minimum 2.1. We’ll also consider your top three A-level grades (or equivalent) from the first sitting (excluding General Studies) and look for a minimum of 320 UCAS points.