Next Step Connections internship program provides students and young professionals with guaranteed tailor-made finance internships. Before you start the internship placement process, you must apply first and get accepted. During the placement process, you will be working with our program advisor who will organize interviews with our large network of finance firms and banks in Asia.
Participating in a finance Internship typically involves learning an unique set of skills; it's ideally suited for you if you are outgoing and inquisitive by nature. You'll make use of your mathematical aptitude and ability to take your organization's or client's goals, resources, and options into consideration while making your suggestions for their continued financial growth. This is one area where internship opportunities can be influenced by your GPA and previous professional success. We typically work with mid-size local and international companies involved in private equity, growth capital, investment banking, finance research, and analysis, portfolio management, asset management or financial investment and consulting
You’ll be using your technical skills, but equally important, you’ll be utilizing your leadership and interpersonal skills to complete various finance projects.
We have placed finance students at firms such as Rabobank, Mandiri Bank, OSK investment Bank-berhad, Avant Capital, Chia Tai Finance, Tesco Corporate Finance, Bright ventures <
Hong Kong is one of the top cities for finance jobs in Asia, and a key gateway to China. As such, this is a rapidly growing market for a wide variety of brokerage, banking, wealth management, and trading jobs. While some employees may be able to get by only speaking English, knowledge of Chinese would definitely be helpful.
We work with various finance firms such as Finance Asia, Burgeon Consulting Group, Mega Global Capital Management, OSK investment bank, Etoile Consultants, Pinebridge, the HK Venture Capital Association, HK ASRIA .
My experience was fantastic. I was helping on a potential investment in Brazil related to bio-diesel and was given significant responsibilities, from understanding the process of oil conversion to drafting the investment memo. I also had significant exposure to senior management and worked directly with the Founding Managing Partner on various projects. My colleagues were super helpful too, both in helping me understand different types of investments and the processes involved. All these were made possible by NSC." Anthony Woo, Harvard Business school, MA, USA, December 2009.