- Review monthly investment reports and assist with performance reporting for client portfolios
- Conduct performance exception reviews and support investment guideline monitoring
- Develop analytical tools that automate the reporting and analysis process
- Assist and attend RAMP trainings held by senior colleagues on the team
What is your greatest challenge and success as a Junior Analyst?
The greatest challenge is transitioning from a student to a working professional. Compared to textbook- and lecture-based learning in college, the steep learning curve at work requires me to be more proactive in terms of learning and seeking feedback. My greatest success has been implementing performance analysis concepts in models and contributing to the team’s projects by leveraging my technical skills from college.
What do you appreciate most about the Junior Analyst Program?
The Junior Analyst Program provides me with the opportunity to contribute to the World Bank’s impact while also gaining technical and soft skills as a young professional. I am surrounded by colleagues who genuinely support my interest and learning while building my network with professionals from different cultures with diverse backgrounds.
Name your favorite aspect of the World Bank.
My favorite aspect of the World Bank is the freedom and flexibility to learn and explore. As a Junior Analyst, I can explore and tailor my learning and work to my interests. My team has been extremely helpful in supporting me in my exploration and helping me develop not only professionally but also personally. We have a shared library in our team where we exchange and share books and learning resources. There are always resources and support for anything I want to learn or explore.