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french speaking legal/business intern

Location: New York/Amsterdam/Paris

About the Role:


We have an exciting internship opening for a smart and ambitious candidate to join a major product group at Advise Technologies.
Our Intern will be responsible for researching corporate and financial data with a critical approach.


Therefore, the right candidate will possess an analytical mindset and have a proven interest in financial regulation. In addition, the ideal candidate would be a native French speaker, possess some familiarity with French legalese, and be comfortable participating in meetings and phone conferences conducted in French. A strong command or fluency in English is also preferred.


The Intern’s daily tasks will focus on researching company protocols for corporate governance. This will include analysis of major French companies through their corporate statutes, their web sites, through direct contact with their investment relations personnel, as well as various online business and legal resources. Companies analyzed will span most major industries, and will include well-known French multinational corporations, as well as up-and-coming and smaller firms.

This is a great opportunity to work in an international and dynamic start up environment. Advise Technologies assists its clients with their regulatory filing obligations. In just seven years, we have grown from scrappy start-up to industry-leading provider of regulatory software solutions and services to an elite and global client list. Our clients include many of the biggest names in the hedge fund, fund administration, and private equity space around the world. Our international headquarters are located in New York.


Desired skills and competencies: 

  • General familiarity with financial regulation and/or financial data

  • Fluent French speaker and reader, including some basic familiarity with French legal texts (textes juridiques)

  • Excellent command of English

  • Analytical mindset and meticulous attention to detail

  • Authorization to work in the country (of the Advise office to which you are applying)


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