How can I find a valuable mentor to help me in my investment banking career?

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Investment Banking CertificationQuestion: How can I find a valuable mentor to help me in my investment banking career?

Answer: The most likely place to find a mentor for a career in investment banking would be to look at those bankers who are more senior in your immediate working group. An associate might be mentored by a more experienced vice president, principal or even a managing director. The senior bankers know how valuable a good employee is to the firm, to the group and even to their own banking careers (productive junior bankers can make their superiors look very good).  Training a new banker from scratch takes months (or even years), so senior bankers often make an effort to mentor those below them. A mentor might advise on career moves such switching groups or even switching firms.

Self-Paced Investment Banking Training  If you want to complete a self-paced investment banking training or certification program please take a few minutes to explore our investment banking certification program called the Certified Investment Banking Associate (CIBA).  This program completed online and it is offered through the G.T.C. Institute, LLC’s platform at BusinessTraining.com.

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