This Year Go Back to School and Become an Investment Banker
This Year Go Back to School and Become an Investment Banker New York, NY - IB Career Path (www.ibcareerpath.com) announced today the launch of their next investment banking training program.
All classes are presented by a veteran investment banker and the internships are guided by executives at the participating investment banks.The back to school investment banking trainings session is limited to qualified students who apply and are admitted after an entrance interview. The Back to School Session begins Monday September 4, 2011.
IB Career Path offers an 8 session training program and students who successfully complete the program are guaranteed an unpaid investment banking internship with one of our participating investment banking firms. Students will then immediately start working in the industry and practicing with the tools, strategies and methods they learned in class.
The full curriculum is available on www.ibcareerpath.com and covers topics investment bankers and asset managers need to know before entering the industry. The program is designed to teach a working knowledge of investment banking and is relevant to people associated with any part of Investment Banking, Asset Management, Compliance, Private Equity, Leveraged Buyouts , Venture Capital, Corporate Executives, Lawyers, or Accountants.
IB Career PathIB Career Path is uniquely positioned to help professionals succeed as an investment banker on Wall Street. The classes include the latest practical knowledge on investment banking training program - much of which cannot be found in any book or from any other similar program. In addition, investment banking internships are guaranteed to program graduates with one of our partner investment banks. Licensing programs are available for those who qualify. Classes are 3.5 hours long and last 8 sessions. All classes meet in the Wall Street area. For more information or to enroll please visit http://www.ibcareerpath.com
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