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Sample cover letter for Full Time position at Morgan Stanley
New York, NY 10001
October 2, 2015
Penn State University
My name is and [FM1] I am currently a senior economics and political science double major at State University[FM2] . I was recently introduced to your firm via, and was impressed with the culture and prestige associated with Morgan Stanley. I am interested in pursuing a full time analyst position in Wealth Management at your firm.
I have previously completed an internship in the Private Client Division at, Inc. Through this experience, working directly for two financial advisors, I have gained relevant experience in wealth management. I have also had the opportunity to be a teaching assistant for a three hundred level economics course. After exceling in the course, the professor asked me to be a teaching student from a pool of over three hundred students. My experience as a teaching assistant is directly transferable to wealth management. Working in wealth management and working as a teaching assistant both center around making the customer happy. As a teaching assistant it is all about the students, and as a financial advisor it is all about the clients.
Given my background in Wealth Management and my experience as a teaching assistant, I am a particularly good fit for this full time position at your firm. I know with the name Morgan Stanley has in the industry combined with my work ethic and ability that I will be able to help bring clients closer to their financial needs.
I hope you will carefully consider my application. A copy of my resume is enclosed for your reference. I would welcome an opportunity to discuss my qualifications with you and learn more about Morgan Stanley at your earliest convenience. I can be reached at or via email at Thank you very much for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing from you.
[FM1]Omit. The reader can glance to the bottom of the page to see your name.
[FM2]This does not follow the appropriate introduction pattern.
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