GE FMP vs. PNC Asset Backed Finance

Having a hard time deciding between GE FMP internship or PNC internship in their Asset Backed Finance (ABS) group.

I interned with GE last summer and enjoyed it but looking to get experience in a position more geared towards banking. Still not entirely sure what my LT goals are in finance. Just need a little advice/insight into what you guys think and the pros and cons of each. Any input is appreciated!

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