I am new here and graduating college this spring. I am currently interning for Northwestern Mutual and looking for opportunities for after graduation. I am currently interviewing for Morgan Stanleys CAC (client advisory center) program, UBS as an entry level wealth strategy associate and Edward Jones Financial Advisor Career Development program.
I would appreciate any advice or experiences that could be shared with me as I start my career.
Nice, congrats man.
There's a review on UBS here http://thejunioradvisor.com/2015/03/09/ubs-wealth-planning-analyst-program/
And there's a review on EDJ here http://thejunioradvisor.com/2015/03/05/edward-jones-training-program/
For Morgan Stanley, they're good, but I would rather go to UBS for sure. They probably have the best program out of EVERYONE in the industry.
I am going in to talk with UBS again tomorrow but haven't decided yet. Morgan Stanleys CAC program seems like a great place to start. UBS worries me a little because their new financial advisor program in very difficult to get into.
Yeah you can't go wrong with Morgan Stanley. But if you DO get into UBS, I think you should def start there. You have a better chance of becoming successful with UBS than Morgan.