Enrol for a certification course with School of Investment Banking or Imarticus Learning.
They assist with placements and have a good placement record.
Let me brief you about Investment banks first. Investment banking is divided into three broad areas, the front office, the middle office, and the back office.
The front office comprises the client facing roles like traders, mergers and acquisition analysts, underwriters etc.
The middle office consists of research and risk management roles like equity research analysts, risk managers etc.
The back office recruits employees for support roles who take up tasks like clearing and settlement processes, bookkeeping etc.
Now for you, if you are a graduate in finance (B.Com, BBA, BMS etc.), then you ca
Interesting question. And it is always better to know what will be ones benefit on certain investments.
Please note, graduating from a top B-school is an investment in itself. But how much return in investment is next to impossible to say. Simply because return on investment is purely based on potentials.
A student good with reasoning or logical capacity was able to crack the entrance exam and with comprehensive knowlege clear group discussion and personal interview and secure admission in a top B-school. Later on with his theoretical knowledge was able to se
I am sure that the expert Prathamesh would have guided you appropriately.
Just to add my view:
Investment Banking is a very hectic, challenging as well as growing domain. There are unlimited opportunities for new jobs and growth in the job.
Investment Banking is mainly concerned with the analysis of finance, investments to derive the maximum return on investments.
Qualifications like MBA Finance (from Top 10 BSchools only), CFA, CA are preferred in such jobs by the companies. There are PG Diploma courses in Investment Banking too which are of one year duration, however for those
I am sure your talk with Dr. Anand has given you an insight into Investment banking career.
As an Investment Banker, please note that your major task is to raise funds for any financial institute or individual and in turn make profit for the organization you work for.
As such you need to be a Financial Graduate. Any course right from an MBA Finance or a CFA
Hope this helps
Wish you good luck...
It is good to hear you have identified your interest in [investment banking] but to ensure if it is really right for you, I would recommend you to do a [psychometric assessment] from Mera career guide website. I am not sure why you would want to shift from law to investment banking. So this test will identify the skills and interests of yours and will recommend if investment banking is right for you and if you are on the right move.
To do investment careers, the first step is to have an [MBA in Finance]. You need to have a very good percentage in your undergraduate, preferab
Dear Friend,Investment Banking is one of the most sought after career in Finance, Investment banking is one of Most Rewarding career in finance. Investment Banking is very difficult career and quite demanding as well. Since there are very few jobs available in a very competitive industry, its always important to have qualification from a reputed institute like IIMs or have degree like CFA, CA.Investment banking is a bouquet of Services which deals with Corporate finance, Regulatory issues and its compliance apart from Raising of Funds. There are various jobs you could
Hi,My dear internship opportunities are easy to get through your social networking . Still i am writing some of the names of the companies for you to explore-- Bank of America- Barklays capital- B.N.P Paribas- Citi bank- Credit Swiss e A.G.- Deutsche Bank A.G.- J.P.Morgan India private ltd.- Kotak Mahindra Bank ltd- The Hongkong and shanghai banking corporation ltd- Yes Bank ltd- Bajaj FinservAll the above banks are investment banks. They take students for internship in their companies. Every company has a different system of entry. Some of them take interview of the candidates to see the seri