Investment Banking Insider's Guide
Lulu.com, 01.11.2006 - 108 Seiten
Wall Street, where dreams are made and destroyed. Investment banking is the typical training ground of the elite. While many want to enter, few are given the opportunity. This book serves as a pragmatic guide with tips on what to do as you try to break through what may seem to be an impenetrable door. Written by an ex-investment banker with real Wall Street experience at bulge bracket investment banking firms, it can help clarify the path that is often clouded or kept secret by those who would rather limit your access. If you are seriously considering investment banking on Wall Street as a career option, but do not have the connections that most seem to have, this guide will be one of the best investments you've made into your career. The author is someone that grew up on welfare with no special connections, and yet successfully found a way to break in; the book serves as a compilation of the insights gained from his experience.
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