Hello everyone, longtime lurker recently starting posting.
I have an interview coming up in a month or so for the position of a summer wealth management analyst intern with Morgan Stanley. I interned last summer with them at a different office doing private wealth management, which i learned a little bit but really didn't do a whole lot. Im coming from a semi target university with pretty good grades, but i know im going to be competing with kids from ivy leagues and other top schools. I already know some of th epeople through net working and have some great connections into the firm, so i really want to prepare and crush the interview.
I was just curious if anyone out there has gone to this type of interview, and what type of questions to expect. My last internship interview for PWM was pretty basic, not many technical questions and they wanted to get a feel for who I was. Would greatly appreciate some interview tips for this as well as what type of quetions to expect. Also if there is any skills or knowledge I should specifially learn for the interview. Obviously i follow the markets and try to keep up with whats going on, but for a wealth managemtn analyst im not sure exactly what to expect since its not really S and T, or IB.
Thanks for the responses.