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Executive Associate (EA)

​​​​Since 1984, hundreds of top MBA students and career switchers have launched careers in the financial services industry through M&T’s Executive Associate (EA) program.




​​​​​​What You Can Expect

  • A time-tested Executive Associate training program that provides high visibility and opportunities for career and leadership development
  • Direct-position placement where you can immediately provide value
  • Flexible career track as you develop your future at the bank
  • Position to manage critical projects that drive the bank’s strategic goals
  • Networking opportunities to help you grow within the bank

​​Watch the video to learn more about the EA program and M&T’s culture.

Duration: 3:50 mins
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​​Choose from two caree​r tracks.

  • Corporate Track Hit the ground running in a real role, in functional areas like; finance, marketing, product management, risk management, strategy & analytics, operations, technology or wealth services
  • Relationship Management Track Go through our 12-month credit training program, and prepare to manage a portfolio of business customers in one of these lines of business--middle market lending, commercial real estate, specialty lending or business banking

Program Qualifications

  • MBA degree required
  • Outstanding academic credentials
  • Minimum 2 years of professional work experience
  • Demonstrated leadership experience
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong analytical and quantitative skills
  • Authorized to work in the U.S. on a full-time, permanent basis without additional sponsorship

​​Apply for the Executive Associate program.​​

Ready to build your futu​​re at M&T Bank? Contact your college or university’s career center to apply for the program.

​You can also learn more about our Summer Executive Associate (SEA) program​, a 10-week in​​ternship program for first-year MBA students.






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