King’s Capital, King’s College London’s oldest student-led investment fund, are recruiting analysts this year. Successful applicants will automatically be enrolled in our new internship opportunities programme, in which our most capable analysts will be given the opportunity to undertake internships in investment management. King’s Capital aims to foster shared learning experiences amongst students who share an interest in Investment Management.
Why apply to King’s Capital?
- Build relevant experience for a career in investment management.
- Become familiar with the principles of portfolio construction.
- Learn to analyse asset classes, sectors and financial markets.
- Gain proficiency in the use of analytical tools i.e. Excel and Terminal.
- Learn to critically work alongside a team of analysts.
We are currently looking to hire Analysts, with the following key responsibilities:
- Organise the first semester of King’s Capital events.
- Co-manage King’s Capital’s investment strategies.
- Work with a team of internal and external King’s Business Club analysts.
- Produce research reports for prospective investment decisions.
Essential Skills & Attributes
- Some proficiency in fundamental and technical investment analysis.
- Strong leadership skills with a collaborative work style.
- Excellent interpersonal, communication and influencing skills.
- Independent, innovative and fresh thinker.
- Strong work ethic, sense of accountability and quick turnover for tasks.
The application process will be comprised of two stages
Stage 1: Completing our application form which is accessible here: https://kclbc.com/capital2021
Please read the form carefully, and submit your cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the task as outlined in the application form.
If your stage 1 application is successful, we will send you a confirmation email. You should then prepare for Stage2.
Stage 2: An interview.
The deadline for the application is 26th January 2021
You will be notified shoofly after this date on the status of your application.
It is recommended that the form be viewed on the desktop to ensure optimal performance.