Women Capital Markets - Intern Analyst
Make an impact at a global and dynamic investment organization
When you invest your career in CPP Investment Board (CPPIB), you join one of the most respected and fastest growing institutional investors in the world. With current assets under management valued in excess of $278 billion, and projected to reach $300 billion by 2020, CPPIB is a professional investment management organization that globally invests the funds of the Canada Pension Plan to ensure long-term sustainability. CPPIB invests in all major asset classes, including public equity, private equity, real estate, infrastructure and fixed-income instruments, and currently has offices in Toronto, Hong Kong, London, Mumbai, New York and São Paulo.
CPPIB attracts and selects high-calibre individuals from top-tier institutions around the globe. Join our team and look forward to:
- Being motivated every day by CPPIB’s important social purpose and guiding principles
- Diverse and inspiring colleagues and approachable leaders
- Stimulating work in a fast-paced, intellectually challenging environment
- Accelerated exposure and responsibility
- Global career development opportunities
- A deeply rooted culture of Integrity, Partnership and High Performance
If you share a passion for performance, value a collegial and collaborative culture, and approach everything with the highest integrity, here’s an opportunity for you to invest your career at CPPIB.
Do you have a passion for numbers and analysis?
Do you love to solve interesting problems?
Would you like to learn why people who love these things often love careers in investing?
CPP Investment Board is partnering with Women in Capital Markets (WCM) to offer an internship program designed for women in undergraduate programs who are quantitatively analytic, interested in the world of business and would like to be mentored in a world-class investment organization. Women in Capital Markets (WCM) supports the development of women who work in investments and is the voice of advocacy for women in the industry.
Our Intern Program will provide you with the opportunity to:
- Be trained on skills needed in the financial and investment industries, including programming fundamentals and core business concepts,
- Get hands-on work experience in the form of meaningful projects and activities designed to develop your business acumen,
- Learn through collaboration with peers, leaders and industry experts, and
- Partner with a mentor, network and build professional relationships across CPPIB.
Discover careers at CPPIB that that accelerate your development, keep you challenged and offer the opportunity to engage with talented people doing work that’s making a difference.
What does it take to join the CPP Investment Board – Women in Capital Markets Intern Program?
Female candidates in an undergraduate program (we are targeting: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) interested in learning more about our Quantitative Analytic groups (Public Market Investments - Global Capital Markets, Global Corporate Securities, Quantitative, Short horizon Alpha and Global Tactical Asset Allocations; Total Portfolio Management and Investment Partnerships, who are returning to school in the Fall of 2017 and will be graduating in 2019 or later, are eligible to apply. We look for candidates who have demonstrated academic success while balancing extracurricular activities; have strong quantitative skills, as well as good communication, interpersonal and relationship building skills. The strongest candidates combine energy, enthusiasm, and intellectual curiosity, with an interest in Finance and Investments.
To apply, please include a cover letter, resume, and transcripts (full unofficial version) by January 27, 2017 at 11:59pm EST.
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At CPP Investment Board, we are committed to diversity and equitable access to employment opportunities based on ability.
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