Houlihan Lokey M&A vs JP Morgan Global Corporate Bank
Both for analyst positions. Which one would you pick and what would be the arguments for or against? Many thanks for fruitful advice. I am quite confused, since both choices are quite different.
Houlihan Lokey has extensive expertise in mergers, acquisitions and divestitures for a broad range of clients—and our experience in M&A has earned us recognition throughout the industry. In 2010, Thomson Reuters ranked our firm the No.1 M&A advisor for U.S. transactions under $1 billion. Houlihan Lokey is an international, advisory-focused investment bank with 14 offices throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. We’re dedicated to serving as your advocate, providing strategic insights and resources to help you realize your business objectives.
JPMorgan Chase: The Global Corporate Bank manages the firm’s relationships with large corporations, financial institutions and public sector organizations globally to solve problems for clients and help them to grow. We help our clients meet their objectives and challenges in financing, risk management, working capital, cash management and investments. Clients benefit from dedicated coverage provided by experienced corporate bankers, who deliver the firm's extensive product platform and presence in more than 60 countries worldwide. We leverage the capital strength of JPMorgan Chase and extend credit to help clients grow their business.