*Please note the maximum number of applications per applicant is 6 - 3 U.S. & Canada, 1 EMEA, 2 APAC* Program ID 3978 Region U.S. and Canada Location United States of America States New York City New York Program Global Banking & Markets Sophomore Summer Program Program type Summer internship Entry level Sophomore analyst Program description Job Description & Program Overview The Global Banking and Markets Chief Operating Office (COO) organization has groups aligned to both specific lines of business and centralized functions. Our team is dedicated to understanding the unique complexity of each of our businesses and ensuring the business operates efficiently to meet our strategic goals. The summer analyst help with a variety of new initiatives, projects and normal business tasks. Your training and development is our top priority with extensive formal training offered at the start of the program in addition to on the job support, educational speaker events and mentorship throughout. The analyst will liaise with line of business, enterprise control functions (e.g. Chief Financial Office, HR, Risk), and Line of business COOs to support the Latin America CEO and to ensure the region s businesses are run effectively and comply with control requirements: Analyze financial and market data across businesses and prepare presentations/financial modeling Support projects related to strategic and administrative initiatives across businesses, countries, and product lines, or business processes requiring cross-divisional coordination. Assist in the creation of presentations for senior management on strategy, business performance, and planning initiatives. Produce weekly financial reporting, track key deals and transactions, write macroeconomic commentary Take meeting minutes and assist in the coordination of leadership and regional committee meetings Field a variety of ad hoc assignments, typically with time constraints Qualifications Candidates must be pursuing a bachelor's degree between December 2021 and June 2022 with demonstrated academic achievement Must demonstrate a track record of superior performance in extracurricular and professional activities 3.2 minimum GPA preferred Must have a combination of strong quantitative/analytical skills and attention to detail Must have advanced Excel and PowerPoint skills Strategic and creative thinking; distinguished written and oral communications skills Assertiveness, initiative, leadership, strong work ethic, team focus Strong interpersonal skills, ability to influence and work effectively across cultures and geographic boundaries Associated topics: analyze, business finance, business intelligence, examiner, financial analyst, forecasting, guidance, investment analytics, market, refinement
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