Entry & Qualities to Investment Banking
Hi, I've been a member here for a few months, just casually reading through various content.
Luckily enough, I received an internship in London this summer (I'm still uncertain as to how that happened), but I'm starting to doubt some of my abilities. I have been trading for several years, and been fairly successful doing so. Alongside that I have been writing macroeconomic pieces and posting it on Linked & Facebook, plus co-founded a trading society at my university. So that's how I got the internship without any credentials.
The issue is; I'm simply not very good with maths. I'm pretty good with pattern recognition (from trading), but complicated mathematics is just not my thing. Neither do I have finance as a subject at university - I'm a marketing student. I've just always been more artistic, which is why I believe the macro side of finance suits me far better.
My question is - how screwed can I be here considering my maths levels are rather weak? And I mean maths from a general population perspective, not finance professional average...
Because this can get rather embarrassing..