Credit Suisse is a forward-thinking financial services firm serving clients around the globe, and is one of the most respected banks in the world. They are a leading player in many key markets and are recognized by industry publications for their continued excellence.
Credit Suisse's entry-level hiring programs provides opportunities to make a difference from day one, and provide world-class training and support to enable candidates to develop into a future business leader.
Its Summer Internship Programs are designed to offer a real insight into Credit Suisse. Their Quantitative Internships offer high-impact opportunities in a variety of important areas across Fixed Income and Equities or Asset Management.
Quantitative programs last 10 weeks providing interns with real challenges, opportunities at earning real achievements and recognition every step of the way. Interns will be responsible for projects and tasks that matter to the business. They will also have the opportunity to participate in philanthropic and social networking events. Interns won’t have to go at it alone. Program managers will help guide interns through their summer experience, and assigned mentors will provide support along the way. Throughout their internship, Credit Suisse will provide structured reviews and feedback sessions.
Credit Suisse offers three Quantitative Summer Internship Programs:
The Quantitative Summer Institute Program – A program with five weeks of training classes and five weeks of individual projects within the Equity and Fixed Income divisions. The program combines classroom and workshop sessions with quantitative project assignments. Interns will be responsible for projects and tasks that matter to the business as they grow in knowledge, skills and confidence.
Asset Management Quantitate Program – The program is designed to offer an in-depth perspective of the Alternative Liquid Trading Strategies business. During the course of the summer, participants in the program will work with Senior Researchers and Portfolio Managers on a combination of projects that seek to enhance the team’s investment process. Research projects may include performing quantitative analysis of trading strategies and portfolios, testing investment ideas, developing risk and return forecasting models, and working on special projects and assignments. Associates are expected to be relatively self-sufficient programmers and have a strong background in econometrics, statistics, optimization and/or portfolio theory. Candidates should be highly motivated and have a passion for trading and investing.
Technology Quantitative Summer Associate Program – Those who are interested in Technology are asked to contact Credit Suisse directly about this program and the opportunities available.
What Credit Suisse Looks For:
- Leaders who engender loyalty, assume responsibility and mobilize others
- Critical thinkers with excellent problem-solving skills
- Self-starters who achieve significant results
- Adaptable team members who can build and support strong relationships
- Communicators who are skilled in articulating and listening
- Principled contributors who are committed to the highest standards of ethical behavior
Global Campus Recruiting
11 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10010
Number of Interns: 101 or more
Duration: 6 to 12 weeks
Academic Level: College Juniors, Business School Students
Degree Track: Bachelor of Arts, Master of Business Administration
New York, NY