BMO Capital Markets
Summer Sales & Trading Analyst
N/A, USA | BMO Capital Markets
Functions:Financial Services Professional
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The Sales & Trading Summer Analyst program is a three-four month program that will be of interest to those individuals seeking practical, hands-on experience. Sales & Trading Summer Analysts work in the Trading Products Group of BMO Capital Markets, comprised of global fixed income, currency and commodities (FICC), Global Equity Products & Research (Equity), Global Structured Products (GSP) and Cross Business Risk, serving our corporate, institutional and government clients. The summer intern program is a 12 - 16 week program compromised of two 6 - 8 week rotations.
The objective of this program is to identify exceptional candidates for full-time Analyst positions at BMO Capital Markets upon graduation. As such, select Summer Analysts may be given offers for a second internship or a full-time employment at the completion of the summer term.
The duties of the role include performing a variety of analytical and administrative tasks as assigned. These assignments will vary widely from day to day and may include developing presentation materials using MS PowerPoint and MS Excel, fielding client phone inquiries regarding booked trades, and providing other client contact support as necessary.
The ideal candidate must possess excellent research and analytical skills; excellent data manipulation/spreadsheet skills including VBA; be detail and results orientated; have demonstrated knowledge of financial markets; and general knowledge of financial strategy/accounting/economic/capital management principles/analysis.
The Summer Analyst program is open for candidates between their third and fourth undergraduate years. We seek highly motivated individuals with strong analytical and communication skills, integrity, and a commitment to excellence. Additionally, BMO Capital Markets desires candidates who display exceptional leadership in extracurricular activities. Preference will be given to those students with a concentration in business, finance, engineering, accounting or economics.