So the initial shock from being rejected from numerous banks (applied to 10 banks, 9 first rounds, 5 final rounds, 0 offers, semi-target background)has finally settled in, and I am looking again.
I have an interview with Blackrock coming up, and I was wondering if anyone here would be able to elaborate a bit on AMG (Account Management Group) or PAG (Portfolio Analytics Group) and how something like this would look on a resume for full-time banking recruiting in the fall.
Not 100% sure, but from what I gather, PAG seems to consist of using Blackrock's software to do risk analysis and prepare something called a GreenBook for the traders. Account management seems to be more client/marketing focused.
I was gunning for portfolio management, but the recruiting said that hiring for portfolio management straight out of undergrad seems a little more rare.