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streetghost, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I have no idea about GE but if you want IB then go for WF. I interned there and it's growing. I get that placement can be less than ideal (it was for me) but if you're able to get a decent group in either NYC or Charlotte then you're fine. I think ultimately it depends on what your goals are and what city you want to be in. Other people can provide more detail about GE.

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streetghost, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Also as a side note, Truist should be out of the picture if you want IB. Based on other posts, the merger has been a shit show for those in IB. Again, it depends on career goals and and what city you want be in so you might want to include those details for more accurate help.

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streetghost, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Who said the merger pain is gone? I still read that a handful of seniors are leaving and that they aren't realizing any synergies. Regarding lev fin, idk but Wells Fargo is one of the top for that too.

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Ultimately it's WF vs GE (especially its an Ivey club & if you want to do GE eventually). WF gives you better shot at PE recruiting while GE gives you investing experience out of UG.

No one in finance cares about Truist.

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yqzh, what's your opinion? Comment below:

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