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Develop your skills over the course of a summer internship and gain valuable experience in the asset management industry. You’ll also have the chance to potentially earn yourself a place on one of our graduate programmes. Here, we tell you about the business areas we offer internships in.
When our equity research team make investment decisions, how do they choose the best stocks to invest in? This could be your chance to find out.
Research Analysts at Fidelity meet with company management, speak to their customers, competitors, suppliers, and industry experts to fully understand their chances of success or failure, and to forecast how their share price is likely to evolve over the coming years.
We research and analyse the products, services, strategies, competitive strengths and weaknesses and financial data of hundreds of publicly traded companies.
We model companies to quickly and accurately forecast their share price drivers and future earnings, allowing us to estimate their value.
Robust analysis gives our associates and analysts the information needed to make a buy or sell recommendation on each company to our team of Portfolio Managers
Over the course of a 10-week programme, you’ll research individual stocks and present your findings to a panel of senior investors. If you show promise and improvement over the course of the summer, you could be offered a place on our graduate programme.
You'll learn how the team of analysts formulate investment theses in order to advise portfolio managers.
You'll be given a set of progressively more controversial stocks of your own to research, you'll be mentored by a director of research, learn from portfolio managers and have the freedom to express your ideas and judgement on whether the stocks you are analysing should be bought or sold.
Throughout your 10-week programme, you'll present your findings to a panel of senior investment professionals.
You will be intellectually curious and possess the ability and creativity to collect and analyse a range of information, then use it to make judgements on the future prospects of industries
You will have the drive to undertake in-depth research, interpret data and judge the merits of differing opinions, and form insights essential to judge the future direction of the company and industry
You’ll need the tenacity and confidence to communicate your judgement on whether a stock should be bought or sold and justify your thinking to panels of senior investment professionals.
You will need to be in the penultimate year of your degree, graduating in 2023 and available to complete 10 weeks of full-time work this coming summer (exact dates are still TBC).
You will be highly valued here and your development is heavily invested in. Find out about the support and training you receive with your programme.
We like well-rounded applicants, which is why we will ask you questions that will highlight your personality and potential, rather than just numerical capabilities. Before applying, check out our top tips for how you can add value via our interview process.
We value the different ways that people think. The best way to explore that is to hear from you. Our initial online application form is a quick and easy process designed to take as little time as possible, so you can get on to the immersive testing and interview stages - where you can really show who you are. You will need to:
*Please note if you are currently on a Tier 4 student visa, this means you have the right to work in the UK
Our online testing uses a fun neuroscience-based test to help you show off your best traits. When you submit your application form you will be automatically invited to complete our online assessment within 5 days (please check you spam/junk mail folder for the invite).
If you’re successful at the online stage, we’ll invite you to do a 30-minute video interview within 5 days (please check you spam/junk mail folder for the invite). You’ll be asked to answer 4-5 strengths-based questions and have 30 seconds to read the question, and up to a minute to give your answer. If you feel you will need extra time to record your interview, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss before launching your video interview.
You’ll be given a practice question before you start so you have time to get used to the format. There isn’t a wrong or right answer, this is a chance for you to show us how you approach answering questions about your strengths and interests.
The next stage of our application process is either a face-to-face or Zoom interview, depending on your location. The questions you’ll be asked here are a combination of motivational and strengths-based questions and give us a chance to understand what you enjoy and what areas of the role fuel your enthusiasm. It’s best not to over-prepare for these as we want you to be yourself and feel relaxed. Remember to think about specific examples of when you’ve demonstrated your strengths so that we can get a clear view of who you are a person.
During the assessment, you will be involved in a mix of technical and motivational interviews, a numerical test or group task, and a technical case study exercise. The day is also a great chance for you to meet different members of the team here at Fidelity and ask any questions you have about the business - this day is as much about you making sure Fidelity is the right place for you as us assessing your strengths.
Stand out at the assessment centre and we’ll offer you a place on the programme. We can assign you a current graduate as a buddy to help with your decision making. Plus, they’ll continue to be on hand to support you throughout your early career at Fidelity.
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