The ten-week Summer Analyst Programme is an opportunity to experience the culture and atmosphere of Morgan Stanley and the Investment Banking & Global Capital Markets Division by taking on the responsibilities and functions of full-time Investment Banking and Global Capital Markets Analysts. During your first week as a Summer Analyst, you will complete a comprehensive induction programme. You will spend the summer assigned to a specific group, building basic skills in financial analysis, accounting and valuation while working on a wide range of domestic and international transactions. You will receive continued on-the-job training throughout the summer and benefit from working alongside experienced professionals on a variety of projects.
*2. Training Program *
The Summer Analyst Programme begins in June with one week of intensive classroom training. This will include an introduction to Morgan Stanley followed by division specific training. Once you have completed your first week you will take up your placement in the business. Throughout the internship, you will be exposed to business speakers, practical sessions, and the chance to exchange ideas and learn from your peers through various social activities and events.
Gathering and synthesising financial and operating information about companies, industries and governments
Creating financial models
Gathering market data to analyse trends and help value and price transactions
Drafting presentations and memoranda for a wider audience within the firm and the financial services industry
Attending team discussions and client meetings, where they may be asked to deliver parts of a presentation
4. Qualifications / Skills / Requirements
Strong analytical and numerical skills that put you at ease with financial data.
Results-driven and able to perform well under pressure and against tight deadlines.
Proven team player with the ability to manage a wide range of responsibilities.
Ability to articulate complex ideas simply and summarise them effectively in your speaking and writing. Ability to communicate effectively in another language is an advantage.
Committed to excellence in your work and maintain high professional and ethical standards.
5. Interview Process
For selected applicants we typically conduct at least two rounds of interviews.
First round interviews will take place either in our London office or regional offices in EMEA.
Our final round involves a full-day assessment centre held at our London office. The assessment centre will involve in-depth interviews, group and individual exercises and a numerical reasoning test.
The hiring process is centralised out of our London office and via our Investment Banking & Global Capital Markets online application form. Applications can be submitted from early September 2011 and will be reviewed as they are received so we encourage candidates to apply early via our website.
The deadline for Summer Analyst applications is December 12, 2011.
All applicants will be required to complete online tests within 72 hours of submitting an application