How do I enter the investment banking industry?

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Investment Banking Certification

Question: How do I enter the investment banking industry?

Answer: The most common way to enter the industry at a junior level (analyst or associate) is to be hired while in school (undergraduate or business school) for a job upon gradation. Along these lines, it is also common for candidates to be offered a full time position on completion of a summer internship at the firm offering the full time position. Banks typically have a recruiting process, often mentioned in the employment section of a bank’s website. Smaller firms may simply ask for resumes to be submitted by candidates. The Certified Investment Banking Associate (CIBA) course also includes several helpful videos on the hiring process.

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

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