Amundi Luxembourg

Gestion d'actifs


Fund channel - human resources internship H/F

31 octobre District de Luxembourg, Luxembourg Stage

We are a pure B-to-B international player dealing with fund managers and institutional fund distributors, such as private banks and life insurance companies.
We have been growing the fund distribution business since 2005.
Fund Channel ranks 4th largest B-to-B fund platform by Assets under Intermediation in Europe (source: Platforum, Dec 2019).
Our fund community includes 570 fund managers and 110+ distributors, who entrust Fund Channel with EUR 201 billion of assets (as of 31 December 2019).
Our fund distributors are located in 14 countries.
Fund Channel has also presence in Switzerland, Italy and Singapore.

Shareholders are Amundi and BNP Paribas Asset Management.

Fund Channel specializes in the management of distribution agreements, the negotiation of trailer fees with the fund managers, the collection and payment of commissions to the clients.

Desired start date:                                        As soon as possible
Desired duration :                                         6 to 12 months
Area of work:                                                Human Resources
Workplace :                                                    Luxembourg

Your responsibilities :

Under the responsibility of the Head of Human Resources, you will be responsible for:

HR Administration:  Support that the organization of HR admins with a regular update our HR management tools (arrivals & Leaves, Absenteeism, personnel data, contract, maternity- parental leaves, reports, statistic FTE, etc…)
Training: support in the coordination of the annual training campaign in line with the company’s strategy and objectives, supports planning and delivering of training sessions.
Recruitment: job description and job board management, supports planning interview
HR Projects : support in the different projects and implementation

• Experience in training is also an asset

• Master's degree in Human Ressources