Mar 26, 2024

PNC Capital Markets vs Corporate Banking vs Financial Sponsors Coverage

I'm just looking for some opinions and/or some breakdowns for each of these groups over at PNC. My ultimate goal is to jump over to leveraged finance either at a BB, at a similar-sized bank that has a more defined LevFin group, or into a corporate banking role at a BB. I'll be interning in the corporate & commercial banking program this summer but I'm looking to make a leap to a solid group for a return offer/beyond. I've heard the ABF and loan syndications groups are good but what about their financial sponsors coverage group? Does that group sit in their business credit side? Would I get exposure to any better/decent transaction & modeling experience if  I were to return and jump into the corporate banking side instead of pursuing any of the other groups? A lot of questions, I know, but I'm just looking for some guidance here and appreciate any insight and info anyone can provide on what group could provide the best learning experience, skill transference, and most closely aligns with my goals. Thanks - I really appreciate it!

 

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