Banking CV

Banking CVs are   useful to experienced professionals, fresh graduates and students looking for jobs and internships in the banking and finance environment. These sample formats will provide you with the dos and don’ts for those who want to get lucrative jobs in the financial and banking sector.

If you aspire for any of the following jobs you will require a well prepared banking CV:bank branch manager, credit analyst, relationship manager, retail banking manager, bank teller, corporate banking manager, mortgage manager, customer care manager, investment banker, portfolio manager, equity analyst, derivatives analyst, management trainee.

If you want to improve your chances of landing an interview with an employer in the baking sector, you should include some action words that will give the recruiter the impression that you are well informed about what working in the banking sector entails. These action words include: coordinated, restructured, refinanced, managed, implemented, motivated, achieved, generated, proposed, recommended and opened.

Sample Banking CV format

Name: Collins Malone

Address: P.O BOX 454646 New York


Tel: 243536456

Cell phone: 234535468

Career Objective:

To work in a fast paced banking and financial as a branch manager environment while meeting targets for clients, fellow employees and employers.

Educational Qualification:

-Executive Master of Business Administration (June 2004) from Harvard University.

-Master of Business Administration (June 2001) from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

-Bachelors Degree in Economics (June 1997) from Yale University.

Professional Qualification

-Certified by ACCA

-Certified Financial Analyst

-Certified in IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards)


-Graduated summa de Claude

-First place in cross country in Connecticut during the collegiate games.

-Undergraduate student union chairman in my college junior Year.

-Received Euro money award for best credit analyst in the corporate banking sector.

-Best employee award from Goldman Sachs in 2005


2004 to date: Credit analyst at Goldman Sachs.


-Managing credit portfolios for Eastern Europe clients. Proposed corporate restructuring for our Eastern Europe branch which was successfully implemented by the Eastern Europe and Asia Vice-president.

-Reduced the time for processing loans for international investors from 12 to 6 months leading to 25% more international investors applying to the branch for venture capital over a five year period

2001-2003: Investment analyst at Morgan Stanley.

Responsibilities: Responsible for coordination of corporate financing for Asian clients mainly from Hong Kong, China and Japan.

-Increased financing for Asian clients by 34% which resulted in an overall increase of 50% in revenues earned form the Asian branch.

-Coordinated the development of a banking institute in shanghai to train clients on ways of financing their projects.

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