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.
The Marketing group supports the global sales and distribution effort of IM with a focus on several strategic priorities including, increasing awareness of the Morgan Stanly Investment Management brand, deepening of client relationships, leveraging digital marketing, and developing marketing and sales collateral. The Marketing group consists of several global teams that work together in a collaborative effort to achieve these priorities. These groups include:
Investment Strategies & Solutions Marketing
- Teams supporting both the traditional and alternative products provide both the strategic leadership and tactical development of product specific marketing materials. This includes thought leadership pieces as well as other marketing collateral and support product launches.
Regional Client Segment Coverage
- Channel marketing focusing on specific client segments such as institutional investors or retail distributors and manages marketing campaigns and events targeted to those audiences.
Business Development Services (BDS)
- BDS responds to request for proposals and due diligence questionnaires from prospective and current clients, providing project management, and drafting of content for these documents.
- The team manages the visual identity for IM as well as having oversight for the design of marketing materials
- The digital team manages the internal and external websites for IM and our email platform.
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 training and is run throughout the duration of the program.