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Intern wanted - Asset Mgt, Client Service Analyst (Munich)

Hello Munich Community,

We are looking for an intern, ideally towards the end of their studies or just finishing, for a Protected content internship out our PIMCO Munich office.

Department: Fixed Income Business and Account Management
Position: Intern
Location: Munich, Germany
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3-6 months
Compensation: EUR 1.000,-- gross

About Us
PIMCO, owned by Allianz, is one of the world's largest investment management firms, managing more than $117 billion in assets for governments, foundations, institutions and individuals. PIMCO’s mission is to manage risks and deliver returns for clients. The bulk of our assets under management are in fixed income asset classes, but we also manage global and emerging market equities as well as alternative strategies, such as commodities, REITs, structured products and absolute return strategies. As an active manager, our goal is to add value for our clients through a combination of top-down macroeconomic forecasting and bottom-up credit analysis and security selection. We are a leading global investment management firm with more than 1,300 employees1 in offices in Newport Beach, New York, Amsterdam, Singapore, Tokyo, London, Sydney, Munich, Toronto, Hong Kong and Zurich. At PIMCO we are looking for talented professionals, who are interested in investment management and enjoy the challenges of an international and intellectually demanding workplace.

Position Description
Your main tasks as an intern with the Account Management team will include:
• Supporting the Account Management team through the provision of market and portfolio data
• Providing support on preparing client reports spanning performance, trading activity, portfolio valuation and risk metrics
• Providing support on special ad-hoc projects involving capital market, portfolio and benchmark data, improving your understanding of and intuition with the fixed income market

Qualifications
• You are an enrolled student close to finishing your Bachelor degree or studying for a Master’s degree with a superior performance rating in Finance, Economics, Business Administration or related fields from a leading, accredited college or university
• Native-level German is preferred and fluent in English is a must
• You have a solid background in financial analysis and interest in financial markets
• You have advanced knowledge of MS Excel (VBA knowledge beneficial)
• You are organized, self-motivated and able to work independently
• You provide strong analytical thinking, high flexibility and commitment and team-orientation

If interested, please send your English application stating a possible entry date to Protected content

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