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Interview with an Oil & Gas Investment Banker: Part III

Interview conducted with an oil and gas investment banking associate in the Global Energy and Power/Natural Resources Group of a major investment bank This interview ended up being excessive so we have cut it into 3 components to avoid reader exhaustion Read Part I Read Part II Do you need an oil and gas

Interview with an Oil & Gas Investment Banker: Part II

Interview conducted with an oil and gas investment banking associate in the Global Energy and Power/Natural Resources Group of a major investment bank This interview ended up being excessive so we have cut it into 3 components to avoid reader exhaustion Read Part I Read Part III Do you specialize in a sub-sector of

Interview with an Oil & Gas Investment Banker: Part I

Interview conducted with an oil and gas investment banking associate in the Global Energy and Power/Natural Resources Group of a major investment bank This interview ended up being excessive so we have cut it into 3 components to avoid reader exhaustion Read Part II Read Part III Is oil and gas investment banking dying

Interview with: Investment Banking Summer Analyst

This is an interview conducted with a summer analyst at a major bank that received a return offer but will be joining another investment bank How did you get hired as a summer investment banking analyst? I attended a target school and went through the regular on-cycle recruiting campaign. There is an

Interview with: Corporate Banking Associate

What are some good resources to read up on if you are interested in corporate banking? This site has some good stuff - the corporate banking posts are representative and accurate. Leveraged loan by S&P is also good, although that is more levfin it dives into a lot of similar concepts.

Interview with: Big 4 Corporate Finance VP

What do you do on the corporate finance team in a big 4? The corporate finance team in a big 4 firm functions like a boutique investment bank that focuses on mid-market businesses. Most of the clients are private. The CF team serve as transaction advisors for acquisitions, divestitures, and capital

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