This multinational investment bank and financial services conglomerate have three distinct business units: Wealth Management, Investment Management, and Institutional Securities group.
Founded in 1935 in New York, the firm now operates in 42 countries across the world and employs a staff of 55,000. Each of their three business models concentrates on providing financial solutions to individuals, as well as small and large businesses.
They invest their customers’ assets into everything from real estate to government bonds. The intern candidate that will capture the attention of recruiters will have sharp analytical and quantitative expertise.
Students who will perform well should be results-oriented, highly motivated and a strong team player - but one who can also work independently. Communication skills, both oral and written, are also imperative. They categorize their internships as regular and “off-cycle.”
The names and assignments may be different but they are both immensely valuable. Off-Cycle interns will be assigned responsibilities that are the same as ones given to a full-time analyst in the Investment Management Division, except it will be for a shorter duration.
This will allow the intern to become more immersed in their culture. Terms for interns can last six to 12 months however, they may differ according to business needs.
Students from freshman and up are eligible for consideration.
Summer internships are available to all levels, especially graduates or those who are in a PhD program.
New York, NY US