Private Wealth Management Intern

Location
Dallas, Texas
Salary
Paid Internship
Posted
Oct 06, 2020
Closes
Dec 05, 2020
Employment Type
Part Time
Level
Internship
Experience Level
None
CFP® Certification
Not necessary

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Prepare financial analyses for various personal wealth management issues, including investments, estate planning, tax planning, debt management and insurance.
  • Interns will complete a program in which you rotate through several of the following teams or individuals:
    • Client Advisory Team - Learn the fundamentals of private wealth management and update client financial information (balance sheets, quarterly reporting information, reallocations, etc.) Complete various client-specific projects such as real estate evaluations, private equity evaluations, personalized investment research, private aviation research, and other projects on an as-needed basis.
    • Investment Team - Learn TWM’s investment strategies, review current and potential asset managers, compile and analyze historical financial data, and conduct quantitative and graphical analyses.
    • Philanthropy Team – Track and analyze historical client philanthropic giving, perform due diligence on charities of client interest, and learn fundamentals of charitable planning.
    • Tax Team – Learn TWM’s tax processes and the basics of income and estate tax and related planning strategies.
    • Trust Team – Learn essentials of trust administration and operations, including standard estate planning documents such as wills, trust agreements, and powers of attorney.
    • Wealth Operations Team – Understand the backbone of TWM’s performance reporting and essential firm systems and technology.

Position Requirements:

  • Junior or Senior standing in an accredited accounting or finance undergraduate/graduate program
  • Strong financial analytical skills and understanding of basic financial concepts
  • Desire to learn and grow professionally in the personal wealth management/multi-family office business.
  • Experience using Windows based software, including Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint, applications and the Internet
  • Minimum of 3.3 GPA (overall)
  • Ability to work a minimum of 40 hours a week.