Finance Division reports to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and protects Morgan Stanley franchise by serving as guardian of the Firm’s books and records, and by contributing to Firmwide risk management and risk reduction.
The division maintains relationships with Morgan Stanley’s various industry and government regulators, and also serves as the conduit of financial information to the outside investment community. Finance plays a critical role as advisor to the Firm’s various businesses and its senior management team.
The Summer Analyst Program is an up to 10-weeks direct placement program. The program offers overview of each function in Finance Division as well as an intensive hands-on introduction to Finance at Morgan Stanley.
This intensive program includes a Firmwide orientation to Morgan Stanley’s businesses and division specific training. Your training will continue throughout the summer with structured learning sessions run by senior executives. Similarly, you will have many opportunities to integrate with peers and senior colleagues through a series of networking, social, charity and mentoring events.
- Work collaboratively in a high-performing team to ensure the integrity of Morgan Stanley's books and records.
- Provide reporting and analysis to Business Units, Senior Management and Regulators.
- Continuously improve or enhance processes for increased control and/or efficiency.
- Propose a process improvement or a solution to a business challenge.
- Develop an understanding of Finance terminology and divisional structure.
- You are a penultimate year student pursuing an undergraduate Bachelor’s or Master's degree with a graduation date after October 2022, with strong academic achievements.
- Strong interest in financial services and understanding of financial products is essential.
- You possess excellent leadership, interpersonal and communication skills; you have strong teamwork and collaboration skills; you are motivated and resourceful; you possess project and process management capabilities; you demonstrate strong analytical and critical thinking skills; you have the ability to multi-task with close attention to detail.
- You have advanced technical and quantitative skills, and knowledge of Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint.
- Fluency in English and or Japanese is required.
Students must apply online by September 26, 2021 to be considered.