Good companies appreciate the value of their employees. To us, they are our biggest asset.

Mag. Stefan Haderer

“Start your career in an international, dynamic environment where you do what you do best. In our company, you’ll be both challenged and supported to give your best as an important part of Erste Asset Management.”

Mag. Stefan Haderer, Head of Human Resources

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About us

Erste Asset Management is an international asset manager backed by the financial power of Erste Group Bank AG. With more than 300 employees who manage assets of more than EUR 70.68bn August 2022, our organisation is lean, efficient, and dynamic. Our flat hierarchies provide a lot of space to develop especially to proactive employees.

Our departments

We are proud of our employees and as an attractive employer we attract specialists and talents from all areas of the company.








Find your career path

Whether we are talking about an internship or a management position – we have an option available for you to join Erste AM and become part of our company at every career level.

Application process

To ensure you know exactly how to apply and what to expect in the process we have prepared the following overview for you. This description represents the ideal application process for us. We ask for your understanding should there ever be a deviation. We always strive to meet all deadlines in order to make the application process as good as possible for you.

Good luck! We look forward to hearing from you and your application.


Employee benefits

  • Flexible working hours
  • Lunch in our restaurants
  • Healthcare
  • Banking terms: Favourable terms for our services

Employee benefits

  • Flexible working hours
  • Lunch in our restaurants
  • Healthcare
  • Banking terms: Favourable terms for our services

Internship at Erste AM

Theresa Traxler, summer intern

Theresa Traxler, Insights from a young employee

Theresa, what did you especially like about your experience at Erste AM?

As part of my summer internship at Erste Asset Management, I had the unique opportunity to take part in the development of a company-wide macro outlook under consideration of respective implications on the asset allocation. In this context, the Investment Day serves as a platform for knowledge exchange and discussion in order to broaden our perspective and learn. It will be followed by further research in the future, resulting in our own EAM view 2030.

What do you think are the most important things you can take from your internship?

As a new employee, I particularly appreciate being involved in important issues right from the beginning. Being able to learn from my experienced colleagues, as well as external speakers, is a huge benefit for the start of my career in Finance. It helps me to understand the importance of certain macroeconomic drivers with regard to our strategic asset allocation. From the event I particularly remember one thing our CEO Heinz Bednar mentioned: “Our objective is to add intelligence to what we do and allow for creativity to develop ideas and new products.”

This sentence perfectly summarizes the whole event and my experience. It acts as an enabler for decision making based on profound research and open discussions. In fast-moving times with many challenges, it is more important than ever to stay informed and encourage creative exchange.

Our values as an employer – Erste Group

As a modern employer we know that it isn’t money that brings our employees a deep satisfaction but doing something meaningful. To know that you are part of an open, competent team, that you are contributing at the cutting edge of banking, that you can actively design your own career and that, with all this, you are doing good for society – that’s what can and should give a job at Erste Group a deeper meaning. Let’s go on this search together!


Earning money can have a deeper meaning…

Erste Campus – Erste Group’s hotspot of cooperation

Erste Campus symbolises the new corporate culture: a central location for about 4,500 employees of Erste Group and its subsidiaries, who for the first time in corporate history are united under one (HQ) roof.

“It is our goal to create a work environment where our employees can cooperate and jointly develop ideas in a simple manner across organisational structures.”

Andreas Treichl, former CEO Erste Group


“The vision for Erste Campus is based on an identity-creating, transparent architecture that is open to the urban space and in touch with nature. It contributes to the revival and upgrade of the environment and creates optimal workplaces for all employees.”

Marta Schreck, architect

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© Erste Bank / Christian Wind

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© Erste Bank / Christian Wind

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