Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc.

  • Internship - Junior Research Analyst – Israeli market

    Job Locations BE-Brussels
    Job ID
    2018-1756
    Category
    Research
  • Overview

     

    ISS is seeking a talented and self- motivated research intern to assist us with the imminently starting Proxy Season for the Israeli market.

     

    As a Junior Research Analyst, you will become an integral part of the team with the crucial role of helping deliver data, research and vote recommendations on shareholder meetings of listed companies. The internships coincide with the so-called “proxy voting season”, i.e. when most listed companies convene their annual shareholder meetings.

    Responsibilities

    • Analyze governance structures and performance of publicly listed companies and provide investors with the according/appropriate recommendations.
    • Gather data based on information in the company’s public documents.
    • Engage with companies in order to procure additional information.
    • Prepare reports detailing the analyses and explaining why a certain vote recommendation was given.

     

    Qualifications

    • A relevant master degree in economics, business, finance, law or political sciences or in the process of obtaining such a degree.
    • A prior experience in a relevant area will be considered as an advantage.
    • A strong analytical ability, numeracy, strong oral and written communication skills.
    • The ability to assimilate large quantities of information, work independently and take initiative while also being a team player.
    • An organized and structured mind to deal with large quantities of work and strict deadlines.
    • Fluent (both spoken and written) in English AND Hebrew:
    • Starting date: 1 October 2018
    • EU work eligibility required
    • Duration: 3 months
    • Remunerated internship: (€ 1000 gross monthly + transport funding)

     

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