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The Columbia Threadneedle Investments 2021 Summer Undergraduate Intern Program is designed to provide students with first-hand investment management experience. The Columbia Wanger Asset Management team performs in-depth research on small-and-mid-cap equities, with an emphasis on forming a differentiated view to identify attractively priced stocks. A team of dedicated sector analysts and portfolio managers collaborate to choose investments for client portfolios. Inputs include multifactor quantitative models that augment top-down and bottoms-up fundamental analysis. In addition to specific on-the-job learning, the program will also be supplemented with several networking opportunities and broad asset management overview sessions. Additionally, all interns will prepare a presentation based on their specific experience. Upon successful completion of the internship, full-time employment offers for the Columbia Threadneedle Investments Leadership Development Program may be extended.
The intern will perform sector-and-company specific research under the direction of sector analysts, interacting daily with experienced investment professionals and portfolio managers. The intern's work will culminate in a sector and stock presentation to the Columbia Wanger Asset Management team. Additional opportunities may include ad-hoc research projects on timely sub-sectors or stocks.
Junior Status (Graduating between December 2021 and Spring 2022)
Minimum 3.0 GPA
Majors/Minors in Finance, Quantitative or Science fields including Finance, Economics, Computer Science, Statistics or Applied Mathematics
Student Leadership Experience
High level of intellectual curiosity and aptitude for solving complex problems
Exceptional quantitative, writing and presentation skills