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2025 Capital Markets Summer Intern – Loan Capital Markets

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U.S. Bank

18d ago

🚀 Summer Internship

Chicago +2

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  • You must be pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Finance or related field with graduation in 2025/2026. Strong analytical skills, financial market knowledge, and software proficiency are required. Excellent communication and team collaboration abilities are a must.
  • You will create transaction materials, analyze financial statements, research loan market transactions, develop skills through training and mentorship, and build a supportive community of peers.

Summer Internship

Engineering, Banking & FinanceChicago, Charlotte, New York


What you’ll do:

  • Our 10-week paid internship will provide you with the foundation to become a financial market specialist while working in a dynamic and supportive team environment. You will receive accelerated learning and skill development through a mix of on-the-job training, mentorship, a community of peers and advisors, and a pathway to our full-time Capital Markets Development Program upon graduation. 

Loan Capital Markets Role: 

  • U.S. Bank has helped clients raise capital efficiently and effectively with the support of Loan Capital Markets. Our team consists of over 50 professionals in various capacities including loan syndications, private placements, and secondary market loan trading ranging across various industries from technology to real estate, to food and agribusiness. Our program will help you develop a strong foundation in financial markets, take part in the process of helping clients execute complex transactions, and work in a dynamic tea


  • We’re looking for intellectually curious and creative thinkers who can think on their feet and thoughtfully react to a changing market.
  • Basic qualifications:
  • Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Finance, Financial Engineering, Economics, or a related field with a target graduation of December 2025/June 2026
  • Ability to start the internship program in June of 2025
  • Preferred qualifications:
  • Solid Understanding of financial markets
  • Strong credit, analytical, and organization skills
  • Understanding of financial statements and SEC filings
  • Excellent software applications skills, primarily in Excel and PowerPoint
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and on small teams in a trading floor
  • Previous experience supporting corporate/investment banking teams and familiarity with the capital markets and complex capital structures

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Banking & Finance


  • Create transaction and pitchbook materials, including lender presentations, information memorandums, and comparable transaction analyses
  • Help conduct analysis of companies’ financial statements
  • Research and identify key terms and conditions of recent loan market transactions
  • Develop technical and business acumen through training, mentorship, and exposure to senior executives
  • Build a supportive community of peers through a variety of cohort strengthening activities such as social events, development workshops, and catered insight to support your transition from college to the workforce


Work type

Full time

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Chicago, Charlotte, New York