Non-Primary BB Lev Fin Desks

Hi everyone,

I was wondering what deal flow and exit opps look like in the non primary lev fin desks at larger banks? I'm not sure if "non primary" is the correct phrase, but I am referring to the Lev fin desks in LA or SF, awhile there exists a much larger desk in NYC.

I've read the other posts about these groups, but I'm primarily asking about quality of experience, deal flow/deal size, and exit opportunities. Additionally, would the exit opp placement in these smaller locations be regionally specific to the location where you are currently working? I'd greatly appreciate anyone's insight on this.

Thanks!

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