Institutional Client Reporting Internship

24 Months Coronation in Finance Email This
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Internship Overview

  • Experience Fresh
  • Job Functions Finance
  • Qualifications (NQF) Bachelor’s Degree (7)
  • Interns Required 6

Internship Description

About us

Coronation was founded in Cape Town, South Africa in 1993 by a group of investment professionals who left an established institution to start a dedicated fund management business. With zero assets and zero clients, their objective was to build a world-class, investment-led and independent fund manager. Today, Coronation is 24% employee-owned and a leading brand in the South African investment industry. We are solely focused on asset management and have a track record of delivering competitive long-term returns to our clients over the past two decades. An active investment manager with a long-term valuation-driven investment approach, Coronation currently manages R579 billion in client assets (as at end-June 2019).

About this opportunity

This is a fantastic opportunity for an accounting graduate with a ‘can do’ attitude who delivers beyond what is expected of them and is very keen to get well-rounded exposure to the client reporting section of our business.  If you are super organized, thrive on providing customers with unparalleled service and are willing to learn, we would love to hear from you.

Our environment encourages collaboration, mentorship and ownership amongst other attributes that make our culture strong and our business what it is. Be part of our dynamic team, where your ideas on how to improve our service to clients are always valued.

What we’re looking for

  • Team player
  • Highly accurate
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Organized and efficient
  • Professional communication skills
  • Accountability
  • Open and approachable
  • Analytical
  • Proactive
  • Passionate about service excellence
  • Able to work under pressure
  • Discretion
  • Natural problem solver

What you have to have

A commerce degree majoring in Accounting