2021 Risk Management Summer Analyst (Hong Kong)
Placement and Duration
The 10-week Credit Risk Management Summer Analyst Program is an opportunity to experience the culture and atmosphere of Morgan Stanley's Firm Risk Management Division, taking on the responsibilities and functions of a Full-time Analyst. Summer Analysts will be assigned to one or two teams over the Program and will work on a range of projects. Training Program
The Summer Analyst 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, and charity events. Responsibilities
Qualifications / Skills / Requirements
- Responsibilities vary depending on your role, but may include the following:
- Perform necessary credit due diligence and financial analysis
- Conduct industry research and develop sovereign and macro risk views to aid credit decisions
- Perform independent research and establish credit rating of counterparties
- Contribute to key projects to establish and maintain updated views on micro and macro credit views
- Assist in monitoring, managing and reporting exposures at a counterpart, product and portfolio level.
- You are a high calibre student in your penultimate year of study, majoring in Finance, Economics, Accounting or other business-related majors.
- You will graduate between December 2021 and July 2022.
- You have a strong interest in risk management.
- You are fluent in English and have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- You are intellectually curious and enjoy learning.
- You demonstrate leadership, interpersonal skills, and are a team player.
- You pay close attention to detail, have analytical and problem solving skills, and are able to understand and evaluate complex information quickly.
- You have the ability to manage dynamic priorities.