"I used to be a typical business school student. Ambitious and dedicated, I was fascinated by the prestige and aura around investment banking and Wall Street. I felt this was where the elite went, and I wanted to be part of it.
Earning a six-digit salary to structure billion-dollar transactions and give advice to CEOs sounded like too good a deal to miss out on. I soon realized I was not unique in my aspirations ... in fact I was like everyone else in my class, we all had the same ambitions."
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Sebastian's experience of banking - truthful account of what it's like or did he wimp out?