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Asset Management Group

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Program Overview

The Asset Management Group Development Program offers a comprehensive, hands-on experience that develops core skills in evaluating client needs, creating customized client solutions and building client relationships.

The program provides an opportunity to learn the business through a combination of formal training and on-the-job experiences with clients and colleagues.

There are two tracks to the Asset Management Group Development Program; both tracks are up to 3.5 years in length:

  • Wealth Management / Hawthorn track
  • Institutional Asset Management track

Analysts spend the first several weeks in training which comprises of virtual and classroom learning, and provides an introduction to Asset Management Group’s business strategy, products and solutions, and leadership team.

Following training, analysts begin their first role assignment in a market location within their track.

Learn More: Wealth Management/Hawthorn Track » | Institutional Asset Management Track »

What a Typical Day Looks Like

Day-to-day work includes a range of responsibilities from daily executional items to longer-term projects. Work flow will vary from week to week based on client and business needs. Analysts must be able to prioritize assignments to meet deadlines and be flexible to adapt as circumstances arise.

Throughout the program, analysts will work closely with senior team members to conduct research and analysis, develop customized solutions, manage existing client relationships and help with client prospecting.

Ongoing formal and informal training will prepare analysts to take on more responsibilities while working with clients and developing internal and external networks.

Wealth Management/Hawthorn Track

Business Overview: Our Wealth Management and Hawthorn businesses are leading relationship-based providers of banking, planning, investment and fiduciary services to wealthy individuals and families.

Track Overview: Following training, analysts will work alongside product specialists and wealth management experts in learning all areas of our wealth management business.

  • Phase 1 - analysts will build core skills while supporting wealth management advisors in delivering solutions and managing client relationships
  • Phase 2 - analysts may remain in their current business area with increased level of responsibilities or move into a different business area (see below)
  • Phase 3 - analysts may continue to hone their skills, broaden client interactions and deepen specialized product knowledge as preparation for a potential role upon graduation

Rotation Areas: Analysts are expected to rotate through various business areas to develop a comprehensive understanding of the business and play an integral role in supporting business needs.

Rotation areas include:

  • Private Banking
  • Trust and Estate Services
  • Investment Management
  • Wealth Strategy
  • Business Development / Relationship Management

Career Opportunities: Based on business need and upon successful completion of the AMG Development Program, graduates will have an opportunity to join one of the above business areas.


Institutional Asset Management Track

Business Overview: Our Institutional Asset Management business is a leading relationship-based provider of investment, advisory and fiduciary services to corporations, governments, non-profits, and other institutional investors.

Track Overview: Following training, analysts will typically complete the following three phases:

  • Phase 1: Analysts will build core skills while supporting a Portfolio Management or Business Development team
  • Phase 2: Analysts may remain in Portfolio Management or Business Development with increased levels of responsibilities or move into a different business area (see below)
  • Phase 3: Analysts may continue to hone their skills, broaden client interactions and deepen specialized product knowledge as preparation for a potential role upon graduation

Rotation Areas: Analysts are expected to rotate through various business areas to develop a comprehensive understanding of the business and play an integral role in supporting business needs. Rotation areas include:

Rotation areas include:

  • Business Development
  • Relationship Management
  • Product Management
  • Portfolio Management & Analytics
  • Investment Research
  • Investment Strategy
  • Practice Management
  • Trading & Execution

Career Opportunities: Based on business need and upon successful completion of the AMG Development Program, graduates will have an opportunity to join one of the above business areas.


Program Duration


Up to

3

Years


Available Locations


Alabama; Florida; Georgia; Greater Washington; Illinois; Maryland; New Jersey; New York; North Carolina; Ohio; Pennsylvania; South Carolina; Wisconsin

Note:Relocation across PNC’s footprint may occur during the program and upon successful completion. Ability to be geographically flexible is preferred.

 

Preferred Areas of Study: Business relevant majors (e.g. Finance, Accounting, Economics, Marketing, Management and Business Law)

Desired Skills: Highly motivated and results driven. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Interest in finance and markets, with robust problem solving and quantitative skills. A positive attitude, strong work ethic and a desire to be a part of a team

Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree from a 4-year school or university, 3.0 GPA


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