Invesco

Invesco is an independent investment management company that is involved in a variety of different financial services, including mutual funds. Invesco has more than $1.18 trillion in assets and is one of the largest retail asset managers in the United States.

What

Invesco

Looks For

Invesco is looking to hire individuals that are excited at the prospect of working in a challenging and meaningful environment. They want employees who are collaborative yet are also willing to voice their own opinions.




History of

Invesco

Invesco was originally created in 1978 when the Citizens & Southern National Bank divested its money management operations. Invesco was then purchased by Britannica Arrow, a British company, in 1988. Now, Invesco trades on the New York Stock Exchange and has offices in more than 20 countries.

Invesco

Internship Programs

Internship Program

Invesco offers a variety of summer internships to rising Juniors, Seniors, and MBA students. During the program, students are able to work alongside talented executives to gain experience within the asset management business industry. Interns are expected to bring their talents and fresh experiences into Invesco and, in turn, gain real-world experience and professional development opportunities.


What it's like to Work at

Invesco

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Accounting
Finance
IT/IS
Research & Development
industries
Financial Services
office locations
Greater Atlanta
Greater Austin
Greater Boston
Greater Chicago
Greater Dallas
Greater Denver
Greater Houston
Greater New York
Greater Portland
Greater San Francisco
Greater DC

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Junior, Senior, MBA
Perks
  • Tuition assistance

Invesco

Interview Process

The recruitment process is from September to October for summer internships the following year. Some internships are available year round.

1. Phone Screening

This phone screening will be with a recruiter or HR Representative. It will consist of simple behavioral questions and will focus on your resume and past experiences.

2. On-site Interviews

There will be two on-site interviews with senior managers and team leaders, questions will test your technical and financial knowledge.

3. Case Study

Depending on the position you are applying for, you may be asked to do a case study.