2024 Corporate Treasury Industrial Placement Programme - London
🚀 Placement Program
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- Penultimate year undergrad with at least a 2.1 honours, seeking industry experience, strong attention to detail, desire to work in corporate treasury, excellent communication and analytical skills, problem-solving abilities, proficiency in Microsoft Office.
- The candidate will be responsible for various treasury tasks, including presenting and analyzing financial data, contributing to strategic projects, building relationships with stakeholders, and supporting regulatory deliverables.
- You will develop technical, analytical and presentation skills that you will be able to use at University and in your future career. Your communication skills will be enhanced as you interact with colleagues across a range of seniority levels and global locations (predominantly New York, Budapest and Frankfurt).
- Training begins with a Firmwide induction along with peers from other divisions. This is followed by four days of classroom-based product and technical training. Industrial Placement students also receive considerable on-the-job training, a series of education sessions, Treasury-wide meetings, networking events and work-shadowing opportunities.
- You are a penultimate year undergraduate student with a year in industry as a compulsory or optional element of your degree and are on track for at least a 2.1 honours or equivalent
- You have a desire to work in Corporate Treasury, particularly within the financial services industry
- Strong attention to detail and the ability to manage competing priorities
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
- Ability to analyse and synthesize a variety of data to produce well-designed and meaningful summaries and reports
- Adept at solving problems and developing efficient processes
- You have the ability to use Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word
2:1 or higher
Area of Responsibilities
Banking & Finance
- As an Industrial Placement Programme participant, your responsibilities may include:
- Distilling and co-ordinating information for presentations and proposals for various Firm governance committees and Senior Management
- Presenting your work and responding to queries at regional and global meetings
- Contributing to strategic projects such as process improvement, automation and simplification
- Providing ad hoc analytical support across the treasury team
- Building effective working relationships with other key stakeholders within Corporate Treasury as well as Firm Risk Management, Bank Resource Management, the Business Units, Finance, Operations, and Technology
- Depending on which Treasury team you are placed in the role may include:
- Analysing and understanding the drivers of capital, liquidity and funding resources and requirements for Morgan Stanley entities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA)
- Monitoring interest rate and Foreign Exchange (FX) risks, and proposing hedging actions to reduce risk exposure
- Overseeing unsecured funding issuances (Structured Notes), including approval of products used, pricing and identifying ways to increase automation of the workflow
- Supporting the definition and execution of the Firm’s Legal Entity Strategy across EMEA, determining where the Firm should consider opening legal entities or branches, and how these should be structured
- Supporting the Firm’s testing and assurance framework to ensure Morgan Stanley is confident it can respond and survive periods of financial stress (Recovery and Resolution Planning (RRP))
- Supporting the development of regulatory deliverables such as the Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP) and Internal Liquidity Adequacy Assessment Process (ILAAP)