Spring Intern: Financial Services
American Enterprise Institute 2 reviews - Washington, DC

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An intern with the financial services department will work under AEI fellows Alex Pollock, Peter Wallison, and Ed Pinto whose research focuses on financial policy studies; specifically international and national banking regulation, securities regulation, housing finance and the role of government housing policies leading up to the financial crisis. Current projects include researching the recent LIBOR scandal, publishing a historical narrative on the creation and implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act and studying the impact of delinquent FHA loans on a neighborhood level. An intern will be responsible for data analysis related to reform of government housing organizations, such as Fannie Mae and the Federal Housing Administration; housing finance policy; and single family home appraisals. Projects may also include research exploring the impact of Dodd-Frank and Basel III on American banks and other financial institutions. The ideal candidate will have experience with creative data analysis, succinct writing skills, and an ability to multitask. Strong knowledge of Excel required.

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