Here at Equita we are always looking for professionals and talented students. We continually invest in their education and at every stage of their career. Our hiring and remuneration is strongly based on merit.
We are committed to develop and retain best talents. We source young professionals from top Italian universities and we invest on them. The average tenure in Equita is around 10 years, but considerably higher among senior management.
We offer internal training programs and job rotation opportunities within the different departments of the Group, to allow professionals better understand how the entire business works.
Senior professionals regularly sponsor internal lectures and talks on specific interesting financial topics.
We organize specific training programs – both in-house and external, also abroad (UK, Denmark and India), to improve hard skills (M&A Modelling, Corporate Restructuring, Valuation, etc.) and soft skills (Persuasion, Presentation, Report Writing, Negotiation, Leadership, etc.) of our professionals.
For instance, we promote – jointly with the MISB Bocconi (“Mumbai International School of Business – Bocconi”) – an intensive Executive Education Program in Mumbai, India, for our professionals.
Our career opportunities
For unsolicited applications, please submit your resume to the following e-mail address email@example.com.
“I started at Equita as an intern. Currently I am enjoying a specific Investment Banking Analyst Program which includes an annual rotation among different teams. I also had the chance to participate in an international program in Mumbai organized by the Bocconi University” (Davide).
“I work in the Research Team as Head of Editing. I have been here for over 25 years. I cannot think of a better place to be. We work as a team to achieve the same goal” (Alessandra).
"I am currently an intern in Investment Banking. What I really like about Equita is the caring environment and the attention that seniors have for junior resources. Everyone made me feel part of the team since day one” (Giorgio).