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Type of Role: Investments

Experience Level: Intern - Undergraduate

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Salary: $120K - $120K

As one of the world’s leading asset managers, Invesco is dedicated to helping investors worldwide achieve their financial objectives. By delivering the combined power of our distinctive investment management capabilities, we provide a wide range of investment strategies and vehicles to our clients around the world.

Job Description

Solutions Research and Analytics Team:

The internship is with the Solutions Research and Analytics team, which is part of the Multi-Asset Strategies group. The group manages a total of $140 billion** in assets with 200 seasoned professionals averaging 11 years of industry expertise. Our team provides cutting-edge investment management services and research through six unique investment centres, each with unique market expertise.

(**As of September 30, 2023)

About the Team:

The Solutions Research and Analytics team is an amalgamation of Quantitative finance, Technology, and cutting-edge financial research. The team comprise of individuals from diverse regions of the world with education from the top-notch engineering and science programs from around the world. Our responsibilities span from building multi-asset models to creating systematic fixed income portfolios and managing risk models for both public and private assets. The team has also pioneered “Vision”, a cloud-based investment management platform that provides a 360-degree investment overview to both institutional and retail clients and help them make complex investment decisions.

Internship Overview:

As a summer intern based in our Boston office, you’ll have the unique opportunity to work closely with senior team members, delve into cutting-edge financial technology, and engage in rigorous quantitative analysis assignments. This summer, we’re seeking exceptional candidates who can help us expand our knowledge and capabilities in areas such as Asset allocation research, Portfolio construction and optimization in fixed income, Machine learning capabilities in finance, etc.

 

Qualifications:

• Strong programming skills in Python (required), background in JavaScript (a plus).

• Excellent knowledge of statistics and optimization.

• Experience managing and manipulating large datasets (preferably in SQL).

• Demonstrated interest in finance, economics, and capital markets.

• Ability to work with unstructured datasets and translate them into a usable format.

• Very strong attention to detail with an internal drive to sanity check and triangulate results.

• Self-starter with a drive to excel.

Education:  Enrolment in a master’s or PhD program in quantitative disciplines such as engineering, finance, operations research, or computer science is required. Must have a graduation date of December 2024 or later.

Location: Boston, MA