Ready for a career in financial markets?
Financial Markets Tour
The tour focusses on the quantitative areas of investment banking: Sales & Trading, Structuring, Research, Asset Management and Risk Management. All students with strong analytical skills that are interested in quantitative areas of investment banking are welcome to apply.
This tour provides 24 Dutch students with a quantitative skill set, ranging from Econometrics to Applied Physics and Business Economics, a chance to feel what is it like to work at an investment bank in the city of London.
The tour is promoted at all Dutch universities, with a focus on the preeminent research universities such as Delft University of Technology and the quantitative faculties of Erasmus University.
What the FMT can do for you
Want to broaden your horizon by working in a foreign environment for one of the major companies in the world? Are you a highly skilled student and passionate about finance and the quantitative areas of investment banking? Then the Financial Markets Tour is the right event for you!
The FMT is the event for students with an analytical background that are looking for an internship at an investment bank. This means working in a fast-paced environment where the thrill of the work you do is unlike any other job. Each year the FMT travels to The City, London’s financial heart where you are given the unique opportunity to visit many preeminent banks. Previous editions of the FMT (then operating as QFT) have resulted in many students getting an internship and often even full time post-graduation job offer.
Do you have what it takes?
The year the Quantitative Finance Project (QFP) was founded, which later joined forces with the Delft Londen Financial Tour (D’LFT) to form the Quantitative Finance Tour, now the Financial Markets Tour.
Since the first tour in 1998, over 350 ambitious students from the Netherlands have joined us to London!
Year on year we have had the opportunity to visit the most preeminent investment banks. In total, we have worked together with 16 different partners.