Investment Banking Division is the probably most competitive area in Banking industry. Thousands of graduate students set theri career goal as being an investment banking analyst or associate at one of the world famous bulge bracket banks such as Morgan Stanley or Goldman Sachs.
Usually just one opening in Morgan Stanley will receive over 500 applications in just a weekend. Besides IBD positions, Sales & Trading, Private Wealth Management are all highly competitive and, of course, highly paid. The hardest part is usually, how to get your foot in the door.
We invited an expert who has experiene in both Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs. He has not only successfully landed his first dream job, but also managed to switch between multiple funtions such as IBD, Sales & Trading, Private Wealth Management. So what is his secret in terms of successful career building in the top banks?
Topic: How to Navigate between Sales&Trading, IBD and Private Wealth Management divisions within Bulge Bracket Banks
Speaker: Currently works as a Firm Management Associate at a leading investment bank. He previously worked in the Sales & Trading Division for two years and the Investment Banking Division for one year at Morgan Stanley and Private Wealth Management at Goldman Sachs.
1. Personal Background: Morgan Stanley, IB Analyst
2. Finding the job
3. Landing the job
4, The power of relationships
5. The importance of hard work – You are 100% smart enough for the industry, the X-Factor will be your dedication
6. Savviness and an ability to navigate to navigate corporate America will be essential for success
Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm Dec 4th
Location: 1585 Broadway, New York