Office of the General Counsel (DGC) - Internship
Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (BSTDB)
Location: Thessaloniki (Greece)
Grade: Intern, Intern
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Job Description

Tentative starting date: March 2020

The intern will:

  • Carry out multi-jurisdictional legal research;
  • Assist with simple drafting tasks;
  • Assist with administrative tasks and functions of DGC, including registration, scanning and archiving of the legal records;
  • Other tasks, as assigned.

Applicants should:

  • Be students/have a diploma from accredited law schools;
  • Foreign languages and studies outside the person’s home country highly valued;
  • Demonstrable interest in international matters and public service, in addition to work or studies in banking sector;
  • MS Office (mainly Word, Excel) and Internet navigation skills;
  • Knowledge of language(s) of the member states is an asset.


Black Sea Trade & Development Bank (BSTDB) established in 1999, is a dynamic International Financial and Development Institution headquartered in Thessaloniki/Hellenic Republic, with the purpose of promoting intra-regional trade and development in its member states. The BSTDB member states are: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine.

BSTDB started operations in June 1999 and has authorized capital of €3.45 billion. The Bank supports economic development and regional cooperation in the Black Sea Region through trade and project finance lending, guarantees, and equity participation in private enterprises and public entities in the member countries. BSTDB is rated A-/A-2 by Standard & Poor’s, and A2/P1 by Moody's.

BSTDB offers job opportunities for experienced professionals who share the Bank's values and are committed to make a positive impact on the economic and social development in the Black Sea Region.

The BSTDB offers internationally competitive compensation package and learning opportunities.

All positions are based at the BSTDB Headquarters, in Thessaloniki, Greece.