Corporate Finance (Investment Banking), Sales & Trading, Capital Markets and Corporate Banking Coverage – New York
The feeling that comes with knowing you belong makes coming to work exciting. And that’s a feeling you’ll experience at Deutsche Bank every day. Our people bring a diversity of thought and opinion that helps us unleash innovation and expand our thinking. We embrace different perspectives and enable a sense of community through collaboration and open-mindedness. Join us and feel what it means to succeed in a team united by vision, intellect and ambition.
Who should consider applying?
We recruit highly intelligent interns who are ambitious and adaptable. They have degrees in many different disciplines. Even though good levels of numeracy are important for some roles, you won’t necessarily need a formal mathematical or financial background. We have very comprehensive training programmes that will give you all the technical knowledge you’ll need to build a career with us. Above all, we’re looking for entrepreneurial people who thrive best in a diverse culture where innovation and agile thinking abound. To find out more, click here.
How to apply?
The job postings will open on db.com/careers on July 1st. All other divisions including Wealth Management, Asset Management, Technology, Human Resources, and Global Transaction Banking will be posted by early September. The Graduate Recruitment team will be in touch with successful applicants to schedule interviews.
Rising Juniors and Seniors – please note upcoming deadlines for 2020 summer internships and full-time positions at Wells Fargo. Here is the information for applicants from non-core schools, which includes Middlebury:
Jonathan Sisto ’06 is eager to interview MiddKids for this role! Apply here!
Credit Suisse seeks an analyst and/or associate-level Energy, Industrials, & Materials Sector Specialist to join the Firm’s Institutional Sales Team in New York City. Highly motivated, diligent, detail-oriented, team players are encouraged to apply. This client-facing role offers high visibility both internally and externally, and will specialize in the Energy, Industrials, & Materials sector stocks and work closely with Equity Research, Trading, Sales, Investment Banking, Equity Capital Markets and is an important part of Credit Suisse’s client focused strategy. The role will report into the senior Energy, Industrials, & Materials Sector Specialist and then up into the Head of U.S. Institutional Sales.
You will be in a pivotal role working closely with Equity Research,
Trading, Sales, Investment Banking, Equity Capital Markets. Each
department relies daily on the Specialist for current themes, sentiment
You will have a lot of flexibility in how you approach the role given all of the partners you interact with on a daily basis.
You will have access to top clients of the firm with the ability gain insights into investor sentiment and feedback.
You will analyze industry macro trends and company specific catalysts to help drive sales efforts
You will produce daily content on the factors driving stocks in the
Energy, Industrials, & Materials sectors for investors, the CS
trading desk, Research, and the firm’s global sales force.
You will monitor up-to-date information, business/trade
publications, financial filings and other sources to
gather/synthesize/interpret data on companies for the benefit of
Less than 3 years relevant experience in the Energy, Industrials,
& Materials Sectors via equity research or investment banking
Knowledge of the Energy, Industrials, & Materials sectors and relevant metrics would be additive
Working knowledge of Bloomberg and ability to understand basic financial statements
Excellent communications and sales skills
You are ambitious and commercial
You have the ability to work independently and as part of a team
You are able to multi-task with excellent attention to detail.
Proven leadership abilities
Successful completion of Series 7 & 63 will be required shortly after employment begins
An alum of Middlebury College and Tuck Business School has provided funding to the Tuck Bridge Program to offer two full scholarships (tuition, room, and board) to Middlebury students this summer session http://bridge.tuck.dartmouth.edu/. One scholarship has been awarded, another is still available for Session 2 (July 8-31). If you’re available for this summer, please contact Tuck asap via this e-mail TuckBridge@dartmouth.edu and explain that you are a Middlebury student inquiring about the scholarship and expedited application process. There are only a few spots left, so you MUST to move quickly. Strong preference will be given to first-gen students and those with demonstrated financial need.
Please join us in one of our North American offices for an introduction to A.T. Kearney and an opportunity to network with our consultants over light bites and refreshments. Please register by June 7. You will receive a follow up email on June 10 where you can select the office you wish to visit.
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