I am a junior at a non-target majoring in Math with a previous career goal of becoming an actuary and working as an actuarial consultant after graduation at, , or . Since my freshman year I have held 2 insurance internships (one at Travelers as an underwriter, the other at Aetna as an actuary) and this upcoming summer I have accepted an offer to work at as an actuarial consultant.
However, I have grown interest in investment banking and although its too late for ain banking, I was curious of my chances of getting a full time offer after I graduate. It is my understanding that most BBs, after their deep cuts, are rebuilding, and may look outside their internship class (a little more than in the past) for FT offers. I was just curious of my chances since I'm coming from a quantitative background but do have decent knowledge of markets, valuations, etc
Any feedback on my current position or suggestions to help make myself more marketable during my final year of undergrad are greatly appreciated.