Typical Degrees: Bachelor of Finance, Accounting, Economics, Law, Actuarial, Mathematics, Science, Engineering, Commerce, Technology double degrees
The Public Markets stream provides Graduates with broad fund management experience across a range of asset classes, portfolio strategies and investment styles. Graduates will develop an understanding of investment strategies and security valuation methodologies through analysing global economic, industry and sector data.
The Public Markets group is split broadly in to two areas: Multi-Asset Group (MAG) and Global Equity & Fixed Income (GEFI).
Graduates will be financially supported to complete their CFA.
The program is a two year rotational program which incorporates six four month rotations across both divisions. Graduates are given the opportunity to complete rotations across a broad range of specialist areas across the Public Markets business including:
- Global Fixed Income Macro Markets
- Global Credit Markets
- Global Listed Infrastructure
- Global Listed Real Estate
- Australian Equities
- Economics and Investment Strategy
- Multi-Asset and Diversified Funds
- Multi-Manager Funds
- Tailored Investment Solutions
Possible career paths following the AMP MAG / GEFI Graduate program are varied, including:
- Fundamental Credit Analyst
- Fundamental Equity Analyst (across Australian Equity, Global Listed Real Estate or Infrastructure)
- Associate Investment Manager
- Portfolio Analyst (eg: Fixed Income, Macro Markets)
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“The Public Markets graduate program gave me a unique introduction to the funds management team. The autonomy of each team, in terms of setting their own investment process and internal structure, meant that every rotation provided a new set of challenges, opportunities and skills to be learned. In each team I rotated through, I was actively included in their investment process and given tasks and projects that not only added to my own skill set and knowledge, but also added value to the team. Through this graduate program, I’ve had amazing opportunities to meet with senior executives of both Australian and foreign listed companies, learn from leading industry analysts and attend conferences and industry networking events. Outside of the technical knowledge gained, the broader AMP Capital graduate program has a significant focus on personal development, including a range of soft skills, which I found to be extremely useful as I left the graduate program and entered my first analyst role. The number of employees in Public Markets who started on the graduate program is a testament to its success, and, as a result, I found everyone was more than willing to donate their time to the graduates, whether it be for technical knowledge, career advice or just to have another friendly face on the floor.”