The FMI Risk & Policy intern will support the Board’s work to foster the safety and efficiency of payment, clearing, and settlement systems (collectively known as financial market infrastructures (FMIs)) and to promote financial stability more broadly. In particular, the intern will conduct an analytical project on a topic relevant to the risks that arise in or are borne by FMIs, such as credit risk, liquidity risk, or operational risk. The intern will write a memo and give a presentation to Board analysts and management to share the results of the analysis. Other tasks would be assigned, as appropriate.
The ideal candidate would be enrolled in a Graduate/Masters level program or above.
Interns must be US Citizens.
Interns must be current, matriculated students, recent graduates are not eligible.
Summer Interns are expected to work 40 hours/week.
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