The Regions Wealth Management Summer Intern Program offers internship opportunities to college students across Regions Wealth Management which includes a comprehensive suite of Private and Institutional Wealth, Asset Management, and Strategy and Effectiveness roles. Summer Interns will gain hands-on experience and exposure to various wealth management functions including private and institutional wealth client service and administration, asset management portfolio management, research, trading, operations and administration, and strategic planning and execution functions including marketing, data analytics and project management. Summer Interns will operate as key team members supporting both internal and/or external client initiatives.
Summer Interns will be assigned to a specific Private Wealth, Institutional Services, Asset Management or Strategy and Effectiveness team. Summer Interns will also participate in centralized training sessions giving opportunities to interact with senior members to gain exposure to the various groups within Regions Wealth Management and the broader bank.
The Summer Intern position will be paid and last for approximately 10 weeks. Summer Interns demonstrating Regions values, work ethic and leadership will be given preference in consideration of full-time Wealth Management positions.
Responsibilities may include:
- Assisting in execution of both technical and non-technical initiatives that may span the Wealth Management group
- Supporting a portion of specific strategic projects by helping to formulate and solve key business issues and opportunities
- Assisting in preparation of marketing presentations, white papers, factsheets, and flyers including content development, data updates, design and deployment
- Providing day to day operational support to management in response to timely firm level or client driven events, including client reporting and analytics
- Participating in client discussions regarding asset management and investments, financial planning, insurance, lending, tax and accounting and trust and estate planning
- Assisting with standard transactional needs of the client base, including processing deposits, payments, transfers or other routine transactions
- Supporting one or more research teams with due diligence, selection, evaluation or overall process improvements surrounding marketable securities or investment managers
- At least a rising junior-level college student, majoring in finance, economics, investment management, marketing, data analytics, management information systems, or a related business major
- Minimum 3.0 GPA in business classes
Skills and Competencies:
- Ability and desire to work in a fast-paced environment
- Proven dedication to excellence and achieving results
- Strong analytical, critical thinking and organization skills
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- Active in leadership posting on campus and/or involved in campus extracurricular activities
- Intellectually curious
- Team oriented with ability to work independently
- Microsoft Office skills