The Investment Management Summer Analyst Program is a 10-week program consisting of one week of training and nine weeks working within a specific IM group. The majority of opportunities are in our New York offices, but there may also be select positions in suburban Philadelphia. During the 10-week program, Summer Analysts experience the work, culture and atmosphere of Morgan Stanley by performing a role similar to a Full-Time Analyst.
Working closely with the Global Client Engagement (Global Sales & Distribution & Marketing), Distribution Management seeks to drive increased penetration and distribution of MSIM products, solutions and capabilities, utilizing data and analytics, through, but not limited to:
- Planning and Budgeting: Development and execution of well-defined client, market, channel and product distribution strategies informed by industry analysis and periodic client demand assessments. Fostering a culture of accountability through creation of an enhanced client, market and product planning and budgeting process.
- Execution and Transparency: Driving increased transparency with respect to client engagement activities undertaken by Global Sales & Distribution and investment team professionals through CRM enhancements, usage protocols and comprehensive reporting. Developing resources, forums and controls for Global Sales & Distribution and investment team professionals to enhance product knowledge and ensure consistent sales practices.
- Accountability and Continuous Improvement: Review of capital raising activity relative to budgets at a regional, channel and product level. Ongoing review and enhancement of product, market and channel distribution strategies. Ongoing review and refinement of client segmentation and client plans.
Morgan Stanley Investment Management’s training program consists of a curriculum designed to equip Summer Analysts with the fundamental skills they need in order to be successful. The program is one week long and includes a Firmwide orientation, business overviews, professional development, technical training and networking events. A speaker series is also a part of the overall