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I Want to be an Investment Banker-->Private Equity: Please Help

Discussion in 'Business, Careers & Education' started by jays978, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. Suave

    Suave Senior member

    Aug 18, 2010
    Make a YouTube "video resume" of yourself working out, fencing, ballroom dancing with teh laydiez, and dispensing advice about the good life.

    if that doesn't work, i don't know what will. . .
  2. pseudonym

    pseudonym Senior member

    May 26, 2009
    just out of curiosity what got you interested in investment banking?

  3. JoelF

    JoelF Senior member

    Dec 31, 2007
    MA & NYC
    Money, which I now need since SF changed my life.

  4. Masshole

    Masshole Member

    Jan 11, 2010
    CFA is definitely not useless. Around here some banks won't even consider hiring you if you don't have it... They do however have a reputation of being a bit picky about that.

    Connections are probably what would help you the most. For example, I was hired for my first investment job after a friend in the industry forwarded my CV to a portfolio manager. I got an interview because of that and no one ever asked me about my grades...

    Couldn't agree more. I would estimate that 90% of the PM's at my shop are chartered and or candidates. If you want to go into IB, strongly consider CFA.

    Now on to fund accounting. You'll get some decent experience but dont grow too many roots. The more time you spend in FA, the less desirable you'll look. SSB, BNY/mellon, BBH etc. are all good places to get your foot in the door but if you want to get into IB, you need to make moves to middle office/front office. Boston has alot of good buy side firms/IM firms you can get in with a few yrs experience.
  5. SpallaCamiccia

    SpallaCamiccia Senior member

    Jan 24, 2010
    Between Pinkos land and the sanitarium.
    Srsly, Fuuma can really help you out, I would PM him.
    Hahahahhaa , that guy can only tell you about how to be a far left unclassy one and how to live out frompublic money, wellfare, donations, charity etc.

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