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At Natixis CIB Americas, you can transform your career, transform your life, and you can help to transform the world.

Transform your career

As a global bank with operations across 30 countries, we offer unlimited opportunities to excel and evolve – wherever you are on your career path.

Working alongside industry experts, our people are empowered to put their talent on display and make meaningful contributions to our dynamic, growing organization, while engaging in their own professional development through skills training, mobility offerings, and leadership programs.


Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking Americas offers a broadly diversified array of financing and capital markets solutions, coupled with superior client service. Our in-depth analysis and understanding of our clients' needs, sectors, and markets enable us to provide customized advisory services, tailored products, and insightful relationship-based solutions.

In order to provide clients with best-in-class services, we are always eager to bring on and retain talented, experienced professionals from a wide range of backgrounds, who are in search of a successful career, not just a job. Natixis values the role of both individual initiative and teamwork in building strong, lasting relationships with our clients and counterparties.

Joining Natixis means working for an international company that draws on its complementary areas of expertise to design the leading banking, financial, and insurance solutions. Working at Natixis means joining a organization that supports employees over the long term and offers opportunities for development and promotion to maximize their potential, including helping them to develop the skills needed to perform their current or future business activities. We also support managers and heads of business lines by preparing customized, collective solutions for their teams.



The Natixis Summer Analyst Program is a 10-week educational immersive program offered to rising juniors, providing a realistic glimpse into the Firm. The summer kicks off with training and orientation followed by continued educational and mentorship programming, and networking events. You will participate in mid-summer and end-of-summer evaluations to ensure that you are honing your skills and receiving timely feedback on your performance. The program culminates in a project presentation to your peers and senior management.

Over the summer, there will be limitless opportunities to network across the firm and meet experts from different industries and backgrounds. Our apprenticeship model and flat organizational structure encourages Summer Analysts to network across all industries, products, and divisions at Natixis. 

  • Students selected to join either the Investment Banking Pool (Banking, Coverage, Real Assets, Global Trade, Latin America) or the Global Markets Business will rotate through two desk/products/divisions within these Business Units during the 10-week program. 
  • Summer Analysts joining our other businesses (Risk, Support Functions, Client Management) will work specifically within their assigned team or desk over the summer. 

At the end of the summer, direct offers are extended to exceptional performers to join the upcoming full-time Analyst class.


  • Investment Banking Pool (Coverage, Real Assets [Energy and Natural Resources, Aviation, Infrastructure, Real Estate & Hospitality], Global Trade, Investment Banking [Acquisition and Strategic Finance-Leveraged Finance, Debt Capital Markets, Credit Capital Markets], Latin America)
  • Global Markets (Fixed Income, Equities, Sales, Trading, Structured Credit [GSCS], Financial Engineering)
  • Client Management & Strategy
  • Risk & Control (Risk, Compliance, Legal)
  • Support Functions (Information Technology, Operations, Finance, Human Resources)

The Full Time Program is a two-year program exposing Program Analysts to multiple industries, products, and functions at the Firm. Immediate access to senior management, top tier training, and a flat organizational structure help promote long term growth, while expanding your perspectives through a unique business experience spanning across different business lines.

The program begins in July with initial training and orientation followed by ongoing “on the desk” continued learning and education. Analysts will have extensive cultural, technical, and business line education given by an array of external trainers and internal Natixis leaders via classroom style sessions.

Throughout the program, managers guide and monitor career development by facilitating the feedback, review and advancement processes. Placement for the two-year program is determined based on feedback and business need following the 10-week Summer Analyst Program or through specific interviews each Fall. Program Analysts can work in: 

  • the Investment Banking Analyst Pool, which involves working across our Investment Banking, Coverage, Real Assets, Global Trade, and Latin America businesses. Analysts will be managed by the Pool Manager and will be assigned a diverse mix of projects, deal flow, and a variety of activity across the firm. The Pool will help future junior bankers develop a multi-functional skill set and banking expertise ranging across Natixis’ key focus areas. 
  • Global Markets, where you will spend the entirety of the two-year program with one desk/product team. Placements will be determined based upon business need, headcount availability, and preferences following the rotational Summer Analyst Program. 
  • Risk & Control, Support, and Client Management, where you will work specifically with one desk/team/group for the duration of the two-year program. 



Our programs target candidates with a high level of academic and leadership achievement who are interested in working within a rapidly changing and demanding, but ultimately rewarding environment.

The ideal candidate should possess:

  • A basic knowledge of how the markets work and an understanding of important related fields (e.g. accounting, economics, interest rates) as it relates to each specific business area
  • Strong analytical and quantitative skills
  • Professional presence, self-confidence, and maturity
  • Strong initiative—the willingness and ability to succeed in an entrepreneurial, team-based environment
  • Strong communication skills—both verbal & written
  • Demonstrated capability for analysis and strategic thinking
  • High Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint

Natixis accepts applications from a wide array of universities through their career center portals as well as through the Natixis application page. Please check your Handshake account or your local Career Center for open positions– we look forward to hearing from you!

Students interested in our Summer Analyst Program should apply by the indicated deadline and expect to go through the interview process between January and February. The Firm conducts first round 1:1 interviews over the phone and each division holds its own final round of interviews over video conference, if applicable. The Summer Program runs from June through August.

Applicants are encouraged to apply to up to three divisions. Although the Firm focuses on filling our Program Analyst class through our Summer Program, there is a chance for potential interviews each Fall.


Our Commitment to hiring top diverse talent in order to foster solution-oriented ideas and deliver high caliber service to clients. 

Début 2.0 is a 16-week paid immersive fellowship providing a realistic gateway for those looking to re-enter into the workforce. The program kicks off with one week of orientation and training sessions designed to assimilate participants back into the workplace. The remaining 15 weeks are dedicated to on-the-job training, and educational and networking opportunities.  Each fellow is paired with a mentor to offer advice and guidance for the duration of the program.

Fellows are placed across any of the below listed divisions based on an alignment of complementary skills and relevant prior experience. Participants have the opportunity to work closely with senior management on impactful projects, reintroduce themselves to the financial services industry and prepare for a future at Natixis. Performance feedback is exchanged throughout the program to prepare successful candidates for full-time opportunities. Our goal is to offer high performing fellows who successfully complete the program full-time positions with the firm.


"Participating in the Début 2.0 program is an amazing opportunity to network with people from various departments, get a sense of the current challenges and opportunities in the market and find avenues to get back on track with my career."

  • Melanie Ouanounou
  • Vice President, Quantitative Analyst


Whether you’ve been out of the workforce for two years or 20, Début 2.0 helps guide you back into the industry. Our program is geared towards professionals who have taken a voluntary break and are looking to relaunch their career. 

We are looking for fellows with strong interpersonal, communication, analytical, technical, problem-solving, planning and organizational skills; prior experience in financial services is preferred.

Opportunities are available in the following business areas, subject to business need and alignment of interests/past experience:

  • Data Office
  • Distribution & Portfolio Management
  • Global Markets
  • Investment Banking
  • Latin American Platform (based in NYC, must be bilingual)
  • Operations
  • Risk


Our application period is closed.


Our New York based program will run from February through May 2023.


Please click the link below to submit your application. We look forward to hearing from you!

Natixis provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants, including, but not limited to, recruiting, selection, hiring, promotion, transfer, termination, leaves of absence, training, and compensation without regard to race, religion, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, uniform-service member status, marital status, pregnancy, genetic predisposition or carrier status, disability, or any other protected class or status, in accordance with applicable laws.