The Investment Management Summer Analyst Program is a 10-week program consisting of one week of training with all Investment Management Summer Analysts and nine weeks working within a specific group. During the 10-week program, Summer Analysts experience the culture and atmosphere of Morgan Stanley by performing a role similar to a Full-Time Analyst.
Morgan Stanley Alternative Investment Partners (AIP) is a leading alternative asset manager with an extensive and strong track record, a global investment scope, and assets under management of $30+ billion. AIP is seeking a Summer Analyst for its private equity investment team located in suburban Philadelphia.
The Hedge Fund of Funds team constructs and manages portfolios of hedge funds and portable alpha solutions on behalf of institutional and high net-worth clients through its various pooled vehicles (limited partnerships) and segregated accounts. The Hedge Fund of Funds group currently manages $23.3 billion of hedge fund investments and is staffed with approximately 71 employees. It is based in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania (a suburb of Philadelphia), with additional personnel in New York and London.
The Hedge Fund of Funds team is seeking an individual who will assist in identifying risk premia investments for a commingled fund(s) and customized mandates for institutional investors.
The candidate will report directly to a senior member of the team responsible for investment in risk premia strategies. This position is located in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. The successful candidate will play a key role in the investment process.
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.