Lloyds Banking Group - Group Regulatory Policy and Group Public Affairs Intern

Start date: 1 July
Salary: London Living Wage
Who can apply: Undergraduates (second year)/Undergraduates (final year)/Graduates
Duration of internship: 10 weeks
Internship format: In-office
Office location: London, UK


Summary
This internship offers a unique opportunity to join Lloyds Banking Group's Group Regulatory Policy and Group Public Affairs teams. You'll engage with key policy themes, work on projects involving deep analysis, and help prepare briefings on regulatory frameworks. With a focus on artificial intelligence, the future of money, and sustainability, this role is ideal for those interested in the intersection of finance, policy, and innovation.

Who we are
Lloyds Banking Group is a leading financial institution committed to supporting the UK economy through thoughtful policy engagement and public affairs work. Our teams work closely with government, regulators, and stakeholders to advocate for policies that support our customers and communities. Join us to contribute to meaningful policy discussions and help shape the future of banking.

What will you be doing?
Interns will assist with policy analysis, event coordination, and stakeholder engagement. You'll gain insights into how financial services interact with regulatory bodies and public policy, contributing to briefings and policy proposals. This role offers the chance to develop a deep understanding of regulatory issues and public affairs in a banking context.

Essential skills/experience
Candidates should have strong communication skills, an interest in politics and current events, and the ability to analyze complex information. Experience or education in politics, finance, or economics is beneficial but not required. A curious mind and collaborative spirit are essential.


How to apply

Please apply with a CV and a tailored one-page cover letter for the employer outlining:

  • Who you are (education, employment, interest in PR)

  • Your interest in the position and why

  • Skillset and experience you want to gain

  • Any relevant experience or transferable skills that would make you valuable to the role

Please submit your CV and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject title: Lloyds Banking Group- Group Regulatory Policy and Group Public Affairs Intern - Your Name.

CV’s and cover letters that do not meet the requirements above will not be considered.

Application Deadline: Apply ASAP as opportunities are on a first come first served basis. Once an internship has received enough candidates for a shortlist, the opportunity will be removed from the jobs board.

If you have any questions, please contact: [email protected]