Analyst Program | Morgan Stanley | Internship Alert | Latest Internship 2022
Morgan Stanley helps governments, organisations, institutions, and individuals around the world achieve their financial objectives by mobilising capital. The firm’s reputation for applying inventive thinking to solve complicated challenges has been well earned for over 85 years, and it is rarely equaled. Morgan Stanley will continue to forge new ground in advising, servicing, and creating new possibilities for its clients, having been a persistent industry leader over decades of tremendous transformation in modern finance.
Morgan Stanley is dedicated to continuing to provide first-class service and uphold the firm’s high standards of excellence. Five basic values guide its more than 60,000 people in 1,200 locations across 41 countries: putting customers first, doing the right thing, leading with extraordinary ideas, committed to diversity and inclusion, and giving back.
Financial Control Group Summer Analyst Program
The programme is meant to create highly motivated individuals by creating a stimulating and supportive atmosphere in which they may learn about the business and reach their full potential. Summer Interns will spend 8 to 10 weeks in Finance after joining, where they will participate in a structured training programme that will give them an understanding of the many Finance functions, products, and systems and applications that we employ. Along the way, there will be senior manager presentations and professional skills workshops to provide you a well-rounded experience.
- Understand the products & Business
- Understand the Risk & Reporting Systems.
- Overview of daily reconciliation, substantiation and analysis.
- Understand the Regulatory framework & Financial Reporting The projects are presented to senior management, alongside getting a firsthand experience of working on a project from inception to delivery.
- Good academic background in Business/Commerce with an interest in Financial Services
- Excellent problem-solving skills
- Knowledge of MS office preferably Excel.
- Strong communication
Risk Management – Risk Analytics Spring Analyst Program
Summer analysts are integrated into Risk Management teams and are expected to take on full-time analyst responsibilities. Your skills and interests will be matched to our business needs to decide your placement. We are devoted to providing chances for important competencies to be developed in order to have a successful career in Risk Management. Managers are dedicated to delivering relevant and challenging projects that may be adopted and incorporated into our daily operations. Summer analysts are being developed and trained by Risk Management professionals to provide a successful internship experience.
- Model Development: Participate in developing and enhancing tools and methodologies to quantify risks for business as usual and stress testing purposes.
- Risk Monitoring: Assist in day-to-day risk management of our market, credit, operational or liquidity risk exposures by providing independent analysis of business activities and establishing processes to monitor these risks.
- Model Risk Management: Learn about the Firm’s governance framework for models used in all divisions and assist in reviewing and validating various types of models.
- Reporting: Develop innovative reporting on risk exposures and metrics to support leadership decisions.
- Risk Projects: Contribute to key projects to establish and maintain strong risk processes and infrastructure, using project management best practices.
- Regulatory Programs: Work with teams within Risk and across the Firm to drive key regulatory initiatives including rule implementation, regulatory exam and relationship management, remediation, and governance.
- Strong interest in risk management.
- Excellent verbal and written English communication skills.
- Intellectually curious and enjoy learning.
- Demonstrate leadership, inter-personal skills, and are a team player.
- Attention to detail, analytical and problem-solving skills, and ability to understand and evaluate complex information quickly.
- Ability to manage dynamic priorities.
Operations Summer Analyst Program
For Morgan Stanley’s financial well-being, operations is the first line of defence. Operations, one of the Firm’s main divisions, is responsible for a wide range of tasks, including correctly settling and recording millions of transactions every day, detecting and reducing all operational risks, building excellent client relationships, and collaborating with technology.
Interns are a part of a two-month programme that involves a comprehensive development plan to broaden their experience and exposure. Candidates are matched to a certain role based on their qualifications and are placed based on hiring needs. Throughout their tasks, interns will be supported and supervised by seasoned Operations professionals.
Interns begin training in April or May of each year. The programme starts with an orientation to the firm and division, followed by on-the-job training with a Buddy and Mentor allocated to each Intern. Business-specific content, product and market overviews, current events, project work, professional skills training, community service, and cross-divisional networking activities are all included in the training.
- Trade capture, Enrichment and Confirmation.
- Learn key processes in the life cycle of a trade from deal capture to the final settlement.
- Reconciliation and Record keeping: Identify and resolve trading breaks from discrepancies dealing with security information, trading date and settlement date, executed quantity, taxes, commission, prices and settlement locations.
- Data mining, business analysis, modeling/reporting, and documentation: preparation and compilation of daily/weekly/monthly metric dashboards to ensure thorough business analysis.
- Collaborate with colleagues at all levels to complete daily tasks, create best practice methodologies and approaches for business analysis, issue follow up and escalation.
- Develop relationships with clients (i.e., Counterparties, Traders, Legal, Credit, Technology, Controllers, other functional teams ) to understand the priorities of stakeholders to ensure that business needs are met, protect client confidentiality and address ad-hoc requests in a timely fashion.
- Support and develop risk policies and control framework with a view to minimize operational risk.
- Governance on tasks outsourced to vendors.
- Involvement in projects related to the job function.
- You are a university student with average score of >60% over past 5 semesters, who will graduate by June 2022
- You must be willing to work in flexible shifts starting and ending between 6:30am and midnight.
- You have excellent leadership, interpersonal and communication skills.
- You pay close attention to detail, and have strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Proficiency in MS office
- Strong organizational skills, including the ability to coordinate, prioritize, and manage multiple activities
- Exhibit a strong sense of urgency, accountability, ownership
Legal and Compliance Summer Analyst Program
The programme is meant to create highly motivated individuals by creating a stimulating and supportive atmosphere in which they may learn about the business and reach their full potential. When you join, you’ll go through a training programme that covers the Legal & Compliance Division’s policies and procedures. Along the way, there will be senior manager presentations and professional skills workshops to provide you a well-rounded experience.
Summer Analysts work on live projects for ten weeks, learning about the business and how the Legal & Compliance Division supports Morgan Stanley and its companies.
- Create management information reports on a periodic basis;
- Monitor development in regulatory requirements and adjust surveillance models accordingly;
- Review and analyze trade surveillance reports and vendor surveillance system alerts, and sign off alert completion related to employee, client and firm trading activities;
- Provide advice and guidance to employees on their investing and outside activities;
- Conduct investigations on irregularities and abnormal activities and document findings; and
- Escalate unresolved issues or potential violations of the Morgan Stanley’s policies or external rules and regulations to his/her manager, coverage Compliance and Senior Management of Business Units.
- Process requests for T360 (Legal) vendor on-boarding/reactivations
- Handle legal Invoice documentation and associated exceptions
- Maintenance of outside counsel database and consultant’s time approval
- Information Security Assessment for law firms and other vendors
- Co-ordinate with legal and compliance employees for entitlement related reviews and associated procedures
- Track record of academic excellence.
- Strong attention to detail and the ability to manage competing priorities.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to analyze and synthesize a variety of data to produce well-designed and meaningful summaries and reports.
- Adept at solving problems and developing efficient processes.
- You have experience in MS office preferably Excel
- You have an outstanding academic record with success in extracurricular activities, along with strong communication skills and the ability to work and interact with others.
Human Resources Summer Analyst Program
As a Human Resources intern, you will spend your summer working on significant HR projects and initiatives across the Firm, as well as learning about the different HR functions and processes that exist in a leading global investment bank. You’ll be in charge of tasks such as planning a cross-functional career marketing event, creating a handbook for new deployment managers for the India Global Center, and standardising HR Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for all India organisations. Work assignments will be engaging, difficult, and require a significant amount of learning.
The projects are presented to top management, and participants gain hands-on experience working on a project from start to finish.
- MBA candidates graduating in Spring 2023 with major in Human Resources.
- Candidates should be available from April to June 2022.
- Display strong initiative, thinking and problem solving.
- Strong verbal and written communication.
- Adaptability and willingness to learn.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office.
- Knowledge of basic HR functions.
Technology Summer Analyst Program
The training begins with an introduction day, which includes an overview of the firm, our structure, and goals, as well as tips on transitioning from a campus to a corporate environment. Summer Analysts work on live projects that are relevant to Morgan Stanley after being assigned to teams. Students have the opportunity to attend networking, team building, social, and humanitarian events throughout the Program, as well as guest lectures from senior management.
- Development Teams: Our development teams are tasked with designing, developing and maintaining applications used by the Firm’s business units. Daily activities include meeting with clients to gather and analyze requirements; making system design decisions; evaluating, integrating and developing necessary software; and testing and deploying applications to production. Developing high-performing low-latency electronic trading systems across multiple asset classes, providing sophisticated risk management analytics and systems, and evolving complex workflows and life-cycle management capabilities across increasingly sophisticated products are just some of the many projects available for developers within our technical organizations.
- Infrastructure Teams: Our infrastructure—facing teams are developing cutting-edge systems to run our business. Engineers provide tools, applications and platforms such as the Firm’s networks, computing hardware, operating systems and databases for trading applications, mobile applications and other end-user applications. Working in small, nimble teams, the group provides applications that span the breadth of the Firm’s clients in an efficient manner. Engineering the Firm’s websites, managing the Windows plant, and developing a client reporting delivery system are some of the projects available for infrastructure engineers in our organizations.
- You are a Bachelors or Masters student in your penultimate year of study.
- Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Information Technology or other related technical majors preferred.
- You have experience with at least one programming language: e.g., Java, C++ or C#, database knowledge.
- You have operating system knowledge (Windows and Unix).
- You have excellent problem-solving skills, experience in object-oriented development, good comprehension of data structures, algorithms and complexity theory, strong database and scripting skills.
- You have excellent problem-solving, communication, teamwork and analytical skills.
- You are fluent in English.