Investment Banking managers rely on the analysts to make decisions. For this reason, Investment Banking analysts must be highly-skilled. The educational background of analysts varies, but it is common to see analyst job descriptions requiring MBA or other advanced degrees from well-respected universities. From trading stocks, shorting commodities or buying T-notes, Investment Banking analysts must understand a large universe of investment options.
A Sample of Analyst Job in Our Database
Associate - M&A | Houston, TX
Associate - Merger & Acquisitions, IB | New York, NY
Analyst - M&A | Sydney, Australia
Analyst - Valuations, FI | New York, NY
AVP - Valuations, FI | New York, NY
Analyst / Associate - M&A | Sydney, Australia
VP - M&A | Sydney, Australia
Analyst / Associate - M&A | Tokyo, Japan
Associate - Equity Research | San Francisco, CA
Associate - M&A | Sydney, Australia
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