Associate Analysts attend approximately fifty training sessions scheduled with senior professional "experts" covering a broad range of topics.
Examples of classroom training topics include:
Participants in the Investment Analyst Development Program have been accepted into a wide variety of MBA programs such as:
The Investment Analyst Development Program incorporates a multi-faceted approach to training and development designed to ensure Associate Analysts are contributing meaningfully to portfolio outcomes soon after starting.
Opportunity to attend investment conferences
Travelers supports Associate Analysts as they pursue the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation by paying exam fees, providing time off to study and reward recognition after successful completion of the CFA Level III Exam.
For most Associate Analysts, obtaining an MBA from an elite business school is an essential credential. Senior investment professionals partner with Associate Analysts to facilitate the decision and application process.