Goldman Sachs Healthcare, Natural Resources & TMT

I am in the process of selecting groups and would love to hear some information of the 3 groups.
In terms of prestige, I know that TMT is the best. But I would really appreciate if you guys can share some information about tmt, healthcare and nrg.
I have heard really conflicting things regarding these 3 groups. Which group do you think will have the best deal activity for 2010? In addition, in terms of lifestyle, how are the three groups different? Thanks a lot!

 

bump.

TMT vs Healthcare as a SA:

At this point, I am not as concerned about exit opps as I am with the fit of the group, which group I will learn the most from and be able take on the most responsibility with, and which group will allow me to learn the most about the various aspects of a deal.

Clearly the best way to get a feel for the group is to meet them one on one, but until that happens in the next few weeks to months....

My questions:

  1. Which group will offer the best learning opportunity?

  2. Other than the obvious industry differences, any other differences?

 

Class of 09 NatRes NY sent one to PE. Rest didn't get buyside offers. Prove me wrong. It's great that you sent me four people from different locations and years at SLP, shows me its not Piper.

Exit Ops are nowhere near that of Healthcare, TMT, FIG, Industrials, Consumer Retail and other top M&A/Sponsors groups on the street. Find me some representation at KKR and Carlyle please.

 
cluelessbankinghopeful:
Class of 09 NatRes NY sent one to PE. Rest didn't get buyside offers. Prove me wrong. It's great that you sent me four people from different locations and years at SLP, shows me its not Piper.

Exit Ops are nowhere near that of Healthcare, TMT, FIG, Industrials, Consumer Retail and other top M&A/Sponsors groups on the street. Find me some representation at KKR and Carlyle please.

Do you work at GS? Or do you have a "friend" there?

 

have SA offer and trying to get some more info.

have lots of contacts in FIG but not interested in banking for banks. seems boring, also met several people in there and they seemed a bit on the nerd side. hours sound constantly terrible.

also have lots of contacts in consumer/retail. i've read some good things about their exit ops through searching, what is their culture like?

is TMT culture similar to my impression of FIG?

any general thoughts on what the relatively more chill (or "fratty" as this board says) groups are?

thanks

 
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Class of 09 NatRes NY sent one to PE. Rest didn't get buyside offers. Prove me wrong. It's great that you sent me four people from different locations and years at SLP, shows me its not Piper

you're clearly bitter about not receiving a return offer to NR.

Class of 2009 NatRes NY sent at least four to megafunds (PE/HF) - one TPG, one to Tommy Lee, one to Maverick Cap, and one to Warburg Pincus. and that's in a down market. considering NatRes NY has an analyst class of 7-8, megafund placement is strong. of course TMT and FIG are going to send more people to top shops - they have three time as many analysts. on a percentage basis, one could argue that they place BETTER than TMT/FIG.

thanks for spewing out shit cluelessbanker, next time just dont post.

 

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