North America's oldest and largest partner-owned and managed bank, Brown Brothers Harriman has seven offices in the U.S. and seven overseas, employing about 4,000 people. In addition to a full range of commercial banking services, the firm provides global custody, foreign exchange, private equity, mergers and acquisitions services, investment management for individuals and institutions, personal trust and estate administration, and securities brokerage. It also operates a subsidiary, Brown Brothers Harriman Investment Management LLC.
The firm offers an internship program to help students learn firsthand about its services, its culture, and the financial services industry. Brown Brothers Harriman uses its internship programs as a way to identify its future hires and leaders.
As an intern, participants will work full time on current business needs and be provided with training and guidance that will empower them to make an impact. With formal orientation, ongoing training, interesting work, and feedback throughout the program, Brown Brothers Harriman provides numerous ways to support an intern's development and help them to succeed. And by attending organized social and volunteer events, interns will build a vital network of colleagues, mentors, and friends.
In the U.S., the 10-week US internship is available to students in their junior year of undergraduate study. The program runs from June to early August, with most roles located in Boston and New York and additional opportunities in Denver, Charlotte, Chicago, New Jersey, and Philadelphia. Interns have the opportunity to work in many exciting areas of the firm, including Investor Services, Private Banking, Systems, and Administration.
In Krakow, Poland, a variety of opportunities are available in the firm's Investor Services business. They offer a three-month program three times a year, with start dates in December, April, and July, open to students in their fourth or final year of university. Summer internships are full time, while those taking place during the academic year consist of flexible hours with a commitment of 24 hours per week.
In Luxembourg, Brown Brothers Harriman offers a full-time internship program lasting from six to 12 months in conjunction with university study programs. These opportunities are primarily available to undergraduate or graduate students studying finance, accounting, and business who must complete an internship to fulfill a degree requirement. We offer a range of challenging and rewarding full-time internships in areas such as Relationship Excellence, Fund Compliance, Global Custody, and Fund Accounting.
Brown Brothers Harriman are looking for students that have:
a strong academic achievement as evidenced by a competitive GPA (US) or Mark 4 (Europe)
demonstrated leadership skills through academic and extracurricular activities
an interest in business (specifically finance for many roles)
excellent quantitative, analytical, and communication skills
a collaborative, entrepreneurial, energetic, and adaptable attitude towards work
Brown Brothers Harriman
New York, NY 10005
Phone: (212) 483-1818
Fax: (212) 493-8545
Number of Interns: Varies
Academic Level: College Juniors
Degree Track: Bachelor of Arts
Jersey City, NJ
New York City, NY