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    Current Employee - Fixed Income Credit Analyst in Baltimore, MD
    Current Employee - Fixed Income Credit Analyst in Baltimore, MD
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    I have been working at Brown Investment Advisory & Trust full-time (Less than a year)


    Brown Advisory ensures that it chooses the right people by having many different people interview you. I interviewed for a full-time Fixed Income Credit Analyst position, and I was interviewed by Human Resources, Analysts, Portfolio Managers, Partners, ect. I felt as if the process was very technical in nature; however, qualified candidates must display personality. My third round "interview" was a credit analysis on a HY corporate that I had time to research in advance. I presented the presentation in PPT format. During the presentation, the interviewers asked me many questions about my project, which showed me they were engaged throughout the presentation. My best advice to anyone who is interviewing for a Brown Advisory position would be to: stay calm, keep relaxed, and speak conversationally. I believe executive presence can go a long way for an interviewee. And don't forget, trust your education!!


    The entire interview process can take a long time, so don't get frustrated if things drag out-a-bit. Chances are, the firm is looking at many other candidates for the position. Also, from what it seems, it is slightly easier to start off as an intern; however, progressing from intern to full-time is an extremely competitive process. Usually, Brown Advisory hires 5 of approximately 20 interns each season.

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    Had two rounds of interviews, two on campus interviews back to back and two more in the super day in baltimore. Pretty relaxed conversation and straightforward questions (why asset management, why brown advisory, etc). Superday was informative and a good way to see the firm. Offer rate to interns for full time offer after the summer program is low according to an MD I interviewed with.

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Headquarters Baltimore, MD
Size 201 to 500 Employees
Founded 1993
Type Company - Private
Industry Finance
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Brown Advisory is an independently-owned investment firm committed to safeguarding and generating our clients’ wealth. We are privileged to continue Alex. Brown & Sons’ 200-year tradition of investment success, absolute integrity and unwavering devotion to our clients’ best interests. Our mission is to provide clients the highest level of investment and strategic advice, service and individualized attention. Brown Advisory is not a lending institution or an investment bank. We do not trade for our own account, underwrite securities or carry credit exposure of any ... More

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