Global Research Sophomore Summer Analyst Program - 2022
You are only allowed to submit:
- 3 applications in total to U.S. and Canada programs
- 2 applications in total to APAC programs
- 2 applications in total to LATAM programs
- EMEA applicants are limited to 1 application per recruitment season. Once your application has been submitted, you will be unable to apply to any additional EMEA programs.
Job Description & Program Overview
Our award winning Global Research organization supports the institutional sales and trading teams and their clients. Their expertise is at the core of the value delivered to investor clients. Our research analysts provide insightful, objective and decisive research designed to enable their clients to make informed investment decisions in six primary disciplines.
Research Analyst Interns are responsible for modeling/analysis, conducting primary research, writing franchise pieces and servicing institutional clients. Some responsibilities are conducted regularly (daily, weekly, etc.) while others are longer-term, ad hoc projects. Sample responsibilities and projects include:
- Assembling historical financial models using SEC filings, company conference calls, and press releases
- Conducting financial, statistical and industry analysis on companies and the industry to support the team’s investment thesis
- Learning fundamentals of industry and companies covered by the team, and researching sector trends that may impact company/sector recommendations
- Writing short notes and lengthy reports (Primers) on economies, markets and/or industries; writing sections of daily, weekly, or monthly reports
- Initiating and building relationships with clients to develop a network of contacts appropriate to the industry, country or asset market covered
Research Analyst Interns are placed in a specific industry sector team for the duration of the internship. Interns will participate in group projects and presentations, offering the opportunity to learn not only from one’s own program assignment, but also benefit from the other summer intern experiences. Placement will be determined based on candidate preference, skill set and business needs.
- Candidates are required to be pursuing a Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with a graduation timeframe between December 2023 and June 2024
- Accounting, economics, mathematics, engineering, statistics, or programming background a plus
- 3.2 minimum GPA preferred
- Candidates must demonstrate a combination of academic aptitude, quantitative skills, strategic and creative thinking and distinguished written and verbal communications skills
- Strong attention to detail; exercise strong quality control over own work
- Client service oriented; drive to over-deliver to internal client
- Strong team and partnering skills; able to operate effectively remotely
- A passion and interest in the US capital markets, and ability to learn and use a wide range of market data sources
- Ability to create and maintain financial models
- Strong understanding of finance, accounting, valuation techniques; familiarity with US accounting standards
- A passion and curiosity appropriate for research
- Highly motivated with a drive to succeed
- Well organized with high attention to detail
- Outgoing with strong personal presence
- Good judgment and business sense
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September 15 2021
Pay and benefits information for the states of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Nevada, New York, Rhode Island and Washington, and for Jersey City, New Jersey.
This Program is closed to applications.