RBC Global Markets Summer Analyst, Quantitative Trading and Research- 2022 in New York, New York
WHAT IS THE OPPORTUNITY?
RBC Capital Markets is a premier investment bank that provides a focused set of products and services to corporations, institutional investors and governments around the world. With more than 7,100 professionals, we operate out of 70 offices in 15 countries across North America, the U.K., Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region.
We work with clients in over 100 countries around the globe to deliver the expertise and execution required to raise capital, access markets, mitigate risk and acquire or dispose of assets. According to Bloomberg and Dealogic, we are consistently ranked among the largest global investment banks.
RBC Capital Markets is part of a leading provider of financial services, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC). Operating since 1869, RBC is one of the top 15 largest banks in the world and the fifth largest in North America, as measured by market capitalization. With a strong capital base and consistent financial performance, RBC is among a small group of highly rated global banks.
Quantitative Trading and Research Summer Program
RBC’s Quantitative Trading and Research Summer Internship Program offers an unrivaled opportunity to gain exposure to our highly technical algorithmic trading groups. The teams are made up of leading mathematicians, software engineers, and data scientists who are focused on developing solutions for RBC as well as some of the world’s largest hedge funds and mutual funds. RBC’s strategic objective is to find excellent candidates with a STEM/Computer Science background, hire them onto our platform, and promote the ongoing development of this junior cohort to become leaders in this space.
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WHAT WILL YOU DO?
As an integral part of the Quantitative Trading and Research program, interns can expect to:
Gain exposure to highly technical, algorithmic trading groups
Assist in creating and monitoring complex algorithms in a wide variety of asset classes
Use quantitative analysis to continuously improve strategies and technology
Obtain experience in a wide array of asset classes, including ETFs, equities, options, futures, FX, bonds, and commodities
Assist in developing innovative businesses and trading strategies, conducting important market research, and evaluating models and technologies
Become immersed in a comprehensive education program for interns and junior traders/researchers that will develop critical quantitative skills and decision-making capabilities
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO SUCCEED?
In selecting Summer Analysts and considering full-time offers, we look for the following:
Anticipated graduation in Winter 2022 or Spring 2023 at an accredited four-year college or university
Engaged in study of Math, Physics, Engineering, Computer Science, or related field
Strong programming skills, with experience in Python, R, MATLAB, or C++
Ability to manage multiple competing priorities and thrive in a fast-paced and challenging environment
Strong teamwork and communication skills
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
We thrive on the challenge to be our best in a team-oriented, creative environment to deliver trusted advice to help our clients thrive and communities prosper. We care about each other, reaching our potential, making a difference to our communities, and achieving success that is mutual.
Best in class training which include orientation sessions as well an in-class curriculum and regular information sessions with key business leaders
Direct exposure to the different areas of the capital markets
An understanding of RBC Capital Markets’ global capabilities
Unique exposure to and experience in international markets
Diversity and Equal Opportunity Employment:
RBC is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veterans status or any other legally-protected factors.