“Intesa Sanpaolo has, at its core, personality, which really makes it stand out in the City”

Jessica Rees-Hole works as Senior Legal Counsel in the London office of Intesa Sanpaolo. She joined the bank in 2015 after spending five years at an English law firm based in London and is enjoying the European and International focus of the job.


The mix of nationalities and constant learning is very rewarding

Kinga Babics loves living and working in Italy


Introducing new clients to the bank is a huge source of pride

Neil Derfler enjoys building relationships for the long term


Sitting down with a prospective customer for the first time, starting that adventure, that’s exciting!

Karine Maupiler believes it’s all about taking an entrepreneurial approach and says relationships are at the heart of commercial strategy


I was looking for different challenges,
to get out of my comfort zone

For Hedi El Karoui working for an Italian bank in Dubai could hardly be more perfect


Living abroad is like a gift box that stays open, filling up with new experiences and new challenges

Chiara Yu Long says working for Intesa Sanpaolo has helped her to fulfil a childhood dream.


There are differences in cultures, but deep down everybody wants the same thing

Paolo Vivona learnt how to read Chinese and how to run the Japanese way.  


You acquire a different perspective

Meghraj Shah has found that international experience not only improves business relationships but enriches life, too.


You have the chance to meet so many different cultures

Ivan Ivicic believes managing several markets enables you to see how ideas, technologies, processes and behaviour move from one place to another.


We are a small world within which you find many countries

Novella Burioli enjoys the diversity and opportunities to learn that Intesa Sanpaolo has offered her.