Morgan Stanley
Investment Banking

Full Time Analyst

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Placement and duration

Analysts hired in New York are given general offers, then placed into one of the industry coverage groups or Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A). Opportunities are also available in our regional offices in Houston, Menlo Park, Calgary, Toronto and the Western Region (Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Francisco - Heathcare). During the two-year program, Analysts work on a variety of corporate transactions and have significant responsibility. The work is challenging, and Analysts are encouraged to roll up their sleeves, dig into financial statements and think creatively. Our lean deal team structure allows Analysts to work closely with senior officers on a variety of projects. Analysts will attend and be active participants in client meetings.

Training program

The Analyst Program begins with an intensive, five-week training program in New York, introducing Analysts to the Firm, its businesses, values and culture. Customized by Investment Banking and Global Capital Markets professionals, the classroom-based training covers both the conceptual fundamentals and practical application of subjects such as: accounting, corporate valuation, M&A processes and analysis, modeling and credit analysis. Analysts interact with peers and senior officers to learn about the importance of developing networks, time management and career paths. Analysts are also trained and required to complete mandatory regulatory exams (i.e., Series 79).

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The roles and responsibilities of an Analyst vary by department, among other factors, but may include:

•Analyzing and synthesizing financial and operating information about companies, industries and governments

•Analyzing detailed corporate and financial information

•Creating statistical exhibits that analyze comparative financial performance

•Building models to illustrate projected financial results and value to companies

•Developing marketing memoranda and participating in client presentations

•Participating in the execution of financings and M&A transactions

Qualifications/ Skills/ Requirements

•You are pursuing an undergraduate degree (senior) with a graduation date between December 2020 and June 2021

•Minimum 3.0 GPA.

•You have a strong interest in financial services

•You are analytical, quantitative, adaptive, driven, a self starter, a leader, a team player, a multitasker, and results-oriented

•You possess a strong work ethic, excellent oral and written communication skills and a positive attitude

•You have exceptional analytical and decision-making abilities