• Summer Intern – Research Analyst

    Location US-CA-Pasadena
    Category
    Investment Management
  • Overview

    A ten week internship program designed to provide valuable career experience for students who wish to apply their education and skills in a fixed-income-oriented work environment. This is an intensive program that mirrors the responsibilities of an entry level position within the Firm.  Participants get on-the-job training as well as technical and business-oriented education. The intern will work in the Investment Management Department, with a focus on credit (High Yield) research.

    Responsibilities

    • Conduct primary and secondary market research/relative value analysis, utilizing credit skills to identify investment opportunities
    • Build/maintain proprietary financial models for entire peer group in given sectors, accompanied by internal due diligence meetings with management teams/company visits.
    • Make actionable investment recommendations by translating strategy in to executable trading options/solutions in an effort to increase portfolio returns.
    • Interfaces with, and supports the Firm’s major proprietary and vendor related systems and applications.
    • May develop reports to assist the Portfolio / Research Manager in assessing portfolio risk exposure, benchmark characteristics and trade allocation parameters.
    • Participate in department and sector team strategy meetings.

    Qualifications

    • Candidates should be exploring the career opportunities available to them within the financial services field, with a desire to learn about and participate in a Fixed Income environment.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills and presentation skills.
    • Computer literate with advanced Excel skills.
    • Team orientation

    Academic Qualifications:

    • Should be pursuing a graduate degree with a proven record of academic excellence and achievement.

     

    How to Apply

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