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I am just wondering what the best groups at the combined Bank of America / Merrill Lynch will be for this upcoming summer.

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  • LeggoMyGekko's picture

    Mainstreet_Wall: Nope. You're right. I apologize that I wasn't clear on where I've gotten my opinions/facts, but should be careful where you spit your bullshit if you don't have anything to add.

    Continuation from my post: Not an analyst. I'm simply a jr SA.

    Worked as a soph SA though (not in levfin), but worked pretty close to them. Now I can repeat what others have said, and say that their jr bankers left very early due to a lack of work, which I completely agree with. I recently went to another BB to speak to their levfin group, and got similar views.

    Their work doesn't add as much value as it used to. Their work is primarily being used as supportive material - to give a football field view of the valuations possible, and no longer is given as much weight as it had gotten in the past.

    Now, this is coming from a jr SA. And I'm sure others have different views. Mainstreet_Wall... any comments?

  • In reply to LeggoMyGekko
    Mainstreet_wallstreet's picture

    LeggoMyGekko wrote:
    Mainstreet_Wall: Nope. You're right. I apologize that I wasn't clear on where I've gotten my opinions/facts, but should be careful where you spit your bullshit if you don't have anything to add.

    Continuation from my post: Not an analyst. I'm simply a jr SA.

    Worked as a soph SA though (not in levfin), but worked pretty close to them. Now I can repeat what others have said, and say that their jr bankers left very early due to a lack of work, which I completely agree with. I recently went to another BB to speak to their levfin group, and got similar views.

    Their work doesn't add as much value as it used to. Their work is primarily being used as supportive material - to give a football field view of the valuations possible, and no longer is given as much weight as it had gotten in the past.

    Now, this is coming from a jr SA. And I'm sure others have different views. Mainstreet_Wall... any comments?

    Very well put and semi informative, however I would take this only as hearsay, but still something to consider. It's nothing personal Leggo, you prob are a cool kid, but still just somethings about you makes me think... anywayssss I wonder if anyone from ML can comment?

  • In reply to Mainstreet_wallstreet
    LondonE1's picture

    Mainstreet_wallstreet wrote:
    LeggoMyGekko wrote:
    Mainstreet_Wall: Nope. You're right. I apologize that I wasn't clear on where I've gotten my opinions/facts, but should be careful where you spit your bullshit if you don't have anything to add.

    Continuation from my post: Not an analyst. I'm simply a jr SA.

    Worked as a soph SA though (not in levfin), but worked pretty close to them. Now I can repeat what others have said, and say that their jr bankers left very early due to a lack of work, which I completely agree with. I recently went to another BB to speak to their levfin group, and got similar views.

    Their work doesn't add as much value as it used to. Their work is primarily being used as supportive material - to give a football field view of the valuations possible, and no longer is given as much weight as it had gotten in the past.

    Now, this is coming from a jr SA. And I'm sure others have different views. Mainstreet_Wall... any comments?

    Very well put and semi informative, however I would take this only as hearsay, but still something to consider. It's nothing personal Leggo, you prob are a cool kid, but still just somethings about you makes me think... anywayssss I wonder if anyone from ML can comment?

    Me fail English? That's unpossible!

  • In reply to LondonE1
    Mainstreet_wallstreet's picture

    LondonE1 wrote:
    Mainstreet_wallstreet wrote:
    LeggoMyGekko wrote:
    Mainstreet_Wall: Nope. You're right. I apologize that I wasn't clear on where I've gotten my opinions/facts, but should be careful where you spit your bullshit if you don't have anything to add.

    Continuation from my post: Not an analyst. I'm simply a jr SA.

    Worked as a soph SA though (not in levfin), but worked pretty close to them. Now I can repeat what others have said, and say that their jr bankers left very early due to a lack of work, which I completely agree with. I recently went to another BB to speak to their levfin group, and got similar views.

    Their work doesn't add as much value as it used to. Their work is primarily being used as supportive material - to give a football field view of the valuations possible, and no longer is given as much weight as it had gotten in the past.

    Now, this is coming from a jr SA. And I'm sure others have different views. Mainstreet_Wall... any comments?

    Very well put and semi informative, however I would take this only as hearsay, but still something to consider. It's nothing personal Leggo, you prob are a cool kid, but still just somethings about you makes me think... anywayssss I wonder if anyone from ML can comment?

    Me fail English? That's unpossible!

    Hmmm never failed english, but also didn't break a 700 on the SATS english part soooooo.... O wells you got me London! I suck with grammar. Now go back to getting rejected by bnp paribas and calling them douche bags, because they hated you, and you couldn't answer their "stupid" questions.

    LondonE1 wrote:
    I interviewed with BNP Paribas (London office) in the past. Total douche bags, arrogant, and utterly retarded.

    BTW still waiting on some insight from any ML insiders. I'm really interested to hear about it....

  • nystateofmind's picture

    to whoever asked about West Coast Tech, it's all Legacy ML and is a solid group (behind GS, MS, and on par with JPM & CS. M&A, Healthcare, Multi-Industry are all still very strong. All are dominated by legacy ML guys, except for Healthcare. Feel free to ask more specific questions. All will give you a solid experience.

  • In reply to Mainstreet_wallstreet
    LondonE1's picture

    Mainstreet_wallstreet wrote:
    LondonE1 wrote:
    Mainstreet_wallstreet wrote:
    LeggoMyGekko wrote:
    Mainstreet_Wall: Nope. You're right. I apologize that I wasn't clear on where I've gotten my opinions/facts, but should be careful where you spit your bullshit if you don't have anything to add.

    Continuation from my post: Not an analyst. I'm simply a jr SA.

    Worked as a soph SA though (not in levfin), but worked pretty close to them. Now I can repeat what others have said, and say that their jr bankers left very early due to a lack of work, which I completely agree with. I recently went to another BB to speak to their levfin group, and got similar views.

    Their work doesn't add as much value as it used to. Their work is primarily being used as supportive material - to give a football field view of the valuations possible, and no longer is given as much weight as it had gotten in the past.

    Now, this is coming from a jr SA. And I'm sure others have different views. Mainstreet_Wall... any comments?

    Very well put and semi informative, however I would take this only as hearsay, but still something to consider. It's nothing personal Leggo, you prob are a cool kid, but still just somethings about you makes me think... anywayssss I wonder if anyone from ML can comment?

    Me fail English? That's unpossible!

    Hmmm never failed english, but also didn't break a 700 on the SATS english part soooooo.... O wells you got me London! I suck with grammar. Now go back to getting rejected by bnp paribas and calling them douche bags, because they hated you, and you couldn't answer their "stupid" questions.

    LondonE1 wrote:
    I interviewed with BNP Paribas (London office) in the past. Total douche bags, arrogant, and utterly retarded.

    BTW still waiting on some insight from any ML insiders. I'm really interested to hear about it....

    Take it easy buddy...

  • big unit's picture

    Research is ranked #2 (well at least ML was, based on II) but I'm guessing this is for IB - its gonna take some time before people know what groups do well, lots of integration left