What jobs should an investment banking professional apply for?

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Investment Banking CertificationQuestion: What jobs should an investment banking professional apply for?

Answer: This response is pretty much dictated by the candidate’s level of experience. Students in undergraduate programs or those with an undergraduate degree and as much as a couple of years of work experience would eligible for entry-level analyst positions. Similarly, those enrolled in business school or holding an MBA (with a few years of work experience) would be eligible for entry-level associate positions. Any hiring above the first-year associate level is most likely to consist of lateral (or upwards) moves of professionals between one bank and another (or even within the same large bank). As an example, a Vice President at a large bulge bracket firm might apply for a Director opening at another firm.

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