How could I start my own business or consulting firm while using my expertise and knowledge in investment banking?

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Investment Banking CertificationQuestion: How could I start my own business or consulting firm while using my expertise and knowledge in investment banking?

Answer: Firstly, a person employed by an investment banking firm would rarely (if ever) be allowed to operate his or her own side consulting business. Investment banks pay their employees very well, and banks do not look favorably on the concept of earning additional business-related income. A more plausible route to one’s own firm or consulting business would be to launch such an endeavor after employment by a bank ends.  A seasoned former banker with many contacts and a track record of transactions could certainly carve a niche as a consultant; an example might be a former M&A banker who now works alone to assist certain companies in finding acquirers.

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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