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The BAM Fixed Income business is looking for rotational Analyst Interns to work on all facets of portfolio management directly with senior investors. The ideal candidate will have a quantitative background, experience coding in python, and familiarity with Excel. A plus for candidates with experience in macro and/ or commodities products (fixed income, currencies, equity index, commodities). Strong interest in macro and / or commodities is a must. This is a unique opportunity to work and learn in a dynamic team setting and get exposure to the various asset classes and products of Macro investing.


The Quantitative Analyst intern is expected to contribute meaningfully to portfolio management teams over the summer and learn quickly in a fast-paced environment. Example project work includes:

  • Work on data analysis projects, prototyping and back-testing that have direct influence on trade idea generation
  • Generate and implement ideas for improvement of existing strategies and optimize current portfolio
  • Help build market monitors and relative value reports to identify and track new trades
  • Develop models on market-relevant topics, e.g. Fed balance sheet runoff, election probabilities, etc.
  • Develop supply / demand models

Qualifications & requirements

  • Rising junior undergrad or 1st Year Master’s Student in quantitative field with a December 2024 or May 2025 graduation date. Bachelor’s in computer science, finance, mathematics, or other STEM related fields.
  • Programming experience in Python in the context of data analysis, with the ability to test ideas and develop infrastructure for further research
  • Understanding and exposure to options, derivatives, equity index futures, commodity futures, fixed income futures, interest rates swaps, supply and demand and foreign currencies
  • Knowledge of statistics, including time series analysis and regressions
  • Strong organization skills with the ability to present results clearly and iterate with PMs accordingly

The ideal candidate for an intern position will be someone who has or is interested in

  • Strong desire to work collaboratively with the team
  • High standard of professionalism in all dealings with internal staff and any external partners, clients and regulatory agencies
  • Problem solving skills and ability to identify and implement appropriate solutions
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and projects concurrently to meet/exceed deadline
  • Strong passion and interest in careers in investment management
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Outstanding attention to detail and strong organization skills