Investment banking is concerned with aiding corporations, governments and investors with large and complex financial transactions. It is a demanding profession that requires a top-tier education in finance and a great deal of analytical, critical thinking and mathematical skills.
An investment banker is a highly trained professional who provides a range of financial services to companies, governments and investors. They help companies get business loans, issue stocks and bonds, set prices for securities, raise stock capital, allocate resources, negotiate mergers and manage investments. They are the link between private or public companies and investors. They would offer financial advice and consultation on what kinds of securities, like stocks and bonds, to issue, when and how to issue them and what price to set for each security.
What can I do (Roles Available) ?
Investment Banking Analyst
Private Wealth Manager
Where can I work?
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Corporate Affairs
Minstry of Commerce & Industries
JP Morgan Chase
Bank of America
Capital One Financial
Renaissance Investment Managers
Plethora of opportunities
Opportunity to travel the world
Less time for family or personal life
Long work hours
Lots of travel required
Key Skills Required
What Should I study ?
Class XII in any stream; Graduation in any discipline; Pursue MBA (Finance); Pursue CFA Charter
Class XII in any stream; Pursue Bachelor's in Business Economics; Pursue Master's in Quantitative Finance/Master's in Investment Analysis/Master of Business Economics.
Class XII in any stream; Graduation in any discipline; Pursue PG Diploma in Investment Banking.