Analytics & Portfolio Management (Quantitative)

Summer Internship Program Details

Program Overview

Interns within Analytics & Portfolio Management (APM) will be exposed to consumer and commercial analytics, portfolio management, different aspects of model development for all asset classes, data management, as well as the product life-cycle through hands-on experiential learning.

What a Typical Day Looks Like

Work will vary from team and function, yet every day is spent supporting key initiatives and work-streams within the APM organization.

  • Interns in the Portfolio Analyst function analyze specific Credit Portfolios, such as healthcare, to determine profitability, risk, and growth opportunities.
  • Interns in the Model Development function replicate existing auto economic profit models and implement the model in SAS. In addition, interns will use code to construct data sets from mortgage data and other asset classes in order to enable further analytics. Interns will gain exposure to teams focused on innovation through unsecured and digital products. 

Career Opportunities

The Analytics & Portfolio Management (Quantitative) Summer Internship program is a direct pipeline for talent to the APM Early Career Development Program, providing interns with an unparalleled opportunity to learn the business while gaining visibility among the firm's senior leadership.

Upon successful completion of the Summer Internship Program, interns may be offered an opportunity to join the Analytics & Portfolio Management (Quantitative) Early Career Development Program after graduation.

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The program is a dynamic experience which prepares participants for various future career opportunities in the business, including: Portfolio Analyst, Model Developer or Product Manager.

Duration & Location




Pittsburgh, PA

Preferred Areas of Study: Finance, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Data Science, Technology, Actuarial Science, Economics

Desired Skills: Strong analytical and technical skills with diversity of thought. Innovative thinking with strong communication and presentation skills. Problem solving and ability to work in teams. Leadership and motivation to self-learn.

Minimum Requirements: Undergraduate student in pursuit of a Bachelor’s Degree from a 4-year school or university, 3.0 GPA

Please check back in fall 2018 for information on submitting your interest.