• Sharebar

I have been enrolled for a spring internship and need to send my choices by the end of the week.
Yet, I can not figure out the real activity of some groups.

Here are the different groups proposed :

Advisory (Cons&Retail, TMT, RE, HC, Ind&Transport, Nat Res, Mid East & N Africa, Nordic, Benelux, Uk)
Advsory FIG
Ratings advisory
Lev Fin
Financial Sponsors Group
Structured Finance and Principal Investments

I would like some feedbacks about the activities and the exit opps of FSG, SFPI and DCM.
I am wondering if FSG is model intensive or only coverage, what does exactly SFPI and same about DCM.

Thanks a lot

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Comments (9)

  • TheFullMonte's picture

    Agree with OJS on FSG in London. There is only one intern in the office, no analysts, and the rest are senior bankers. Idk if there is modelling involved, but I would guess its a lot of coverage.

  • SaberRider's picture

    Ind & Transport had a quiet good conversion rate last year so you might want to look into that gorup as well.

  • lifeofpurpose's picture

    this is london right?
    consumer and TMT are really stong in there (consumer more laid back), industrials is also hard core.

  • dezilerua's picture

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