I worked at FHLB Indianapolis as an intern (less than a year)Pros
Great exposure to learn tools like SNL and Bloomberg, learn a lot through reading annual reports and credit reports from a few NRSROs. Flexible working schedule, great and friendly team members. The quantitative nature of jobs done is beyond my expectation and I benefited a lot from itCons
With the duration of the internship, the initial planning of eight weeks seems a little bit too short. It is possible to extend to more than eight weeks but as it starts in early June, the extension cannot be too long. May be better if the internship can start earlierRecommends
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Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis is one of a dozen regional banks in the Federal Home Loan Bank System established by Congress in 1932. It provides funding for residential mortgages and community development loans to about 420 member financial institutions, including banks, credit unions, insurance companies, and thrifts in Indiana and Michigan. It also provides support services such as risk management, securities safekeeping, and funds transfers. Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis is a government-sponsorted enterprise that is cooperatively owned by its member...