Managing Directors (MDs) are the highest-ranking role within an investment bank without becoming a Group Head or C-Level Officer. Their job is to find clients and get deals for the firm, and they get paid according to how successful they are. It is rare to become a Managing Director under the age of 30-35.

To become a Managing Director it is almost essential to have been a Senior Vice President in banking.

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