Over the last 12 months, we have made a big effort to improve ourprep package by bringing to you relevant webinars with specific regional information and actual deal walk-throughs...I think for those of you that don't watch the webinars, it would be helpful to give you a brief snapshot of just a few investment banking webinars that have been added in the last 12 months.
Of course you can gain access to all of these webinars + hundreds more, the technical right here. Without further ado, here is a short list/snapshot:Guide, behavioral ib interview Guide, WSO along with 1 year access to the WSO with the WSO ib interview Prep Pack
1. IB Deal Walkthrough-Sale Of a Large Private Manufacturing Company:
This deal involves the sale of a respected manufacturing company to a large, public company at an ETITDA multiple in-line with industry standards. During the process of running through this transaction, your mentor Anthony will share some awesome stories of both successes and failures from his time as an analyst at a large boutique.
2. IB Deal Walkthrough-Retail Company Seeking Growth Capital:
Nick covers the transaction of a privately owned retail apparel company looking for growth capital. This webinar covers key points such as articulating a credible and achievable growth strategy to potential investors and how to achieve the ultimate goal of the deal...to provide sufficient financial support to grow the business.
3. IB Deal Walkthrough- Sellside bankruptcy:
This webinar covers a deal involving a privately owned leading tabletop brand looking for an exit. Nick covers the transaction life-cycle from the pitch all the way through to the bankruptcy process while also explaining the in depth components of a Confidential Information Memorandum (CIM).
4. An Overview of Aerospace, Defense, and Government Services Investment Banking:
JoinIvan for an overview of the industry and to hear about current and future career opportunities within the field. Ivan will also take the time to go over three selected high profile transactions that have occurred within this area of investment banking.
5. Public Finance from an Analyst's Perspective:
Learn about the other side of banking involving the process of raising capital for the public sector fromIvan who spent three years as a public finance investment banking analyst. Get an inside take on who the clients are, who the industry players are, and how to be a rock-star analyst in this banking division.
6. MMCapital Financing: My role working directly with MDs and Partners:
Vishwas is an industry veteran that shares his insight into the structure and services of the middle market investment bank. Check out this webinar to discover the various advantages and benefits that the middle market arena can offer you.
7. How to jump after 2, 3 years from your bank to your next pay check:
An industry veteran and current Wharton MBA candidate shares some valuable insight on the various moves you can make after you have completed your banking stint and also shares what to watch out for...Gain a clearer picture of what to expect next after your future career jump.
8. Back Office to Front Office - How to Make the Transition:
Join us for this webinar with industry veteran Jenn who shares her exciting story regarding her successful transition from theto the . Learn about how to make this important transition as Jenn covers how to go about utilizing specific strategies and the importance of stepping stones during the process.
9. Recruiting for Internships/FT jobs in Banking in Toronto:
Kyle, an industry veteran with experience working in IB & MM private equity in Toronto, will share an inspiring success story with you. This webinar will also cover the overall recruitment process for banking in Toronto and will reveal a critical skill often necessary to find a position in banking.
10.for IB Associates:
Learn how to prepare and what to expect for your next IB associate interview from a post MBA industry veteran with investment banking experience both here and abroad. Nick covers how to answer those often overlooked qualitative questions while also hammering in the importance of various technical topics that you need to know inside and out.
11. IBD Resume Advice (for undergrads):
Polish up your resume with tips fromSid including topics such as: distinguishing yourself, what recruiters look for, how to best position yourself on paper, and resume do's & don'ts. Take in a banking veteran's advice on questions such as: "How should I describe the banking transactions I have worked on to prospective employers?" and "How can you compensate if you attend a non-target school?"
12. My Experience Managing 3(MM IBD):
Gain valuable insight into the doorway that most students use to enter a career in investment banking...the internship process at a MM IDB firm. Topics that MM IB veteran Kyle covers include, but are not limited to, the following: how to find a summer placement, what managers look for, Dos and Don'ts of an internship, Recruiting & networking process in Toronto, and internship preparation advice.
13. Advice for East Indians: Rounding out your B--School Profile and also your Resume:
Get some advice fromArshan, an industry veteran and top 10 MBA program candidate, on the importance of understanding the intricacies of American culture and differentiating yourself from the pack. Hear Arshan also answer questions such as: "How would you advise overcoming the difficulty of reaching out at networking events?" and "What is the typical range of ages for Indian MBA applicants?".
14. NY vs West Coast:
Prashant is a 3rd year associate with experience in TMT (Tech/Media/Telecom) investment banking that takes general questions about his experience, the field, and how he broke in. An in depth analysis of the differences between NY vs West Cost TMT banking will be presented by Prashant. Prashant will also reveal some key questions to ask yourself before entering this field of banking.
15. Differences between aand a boutique:
Nick is back to provide a comprehensive overview of the differences between the and the boutique shops. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, the following: type of work, work-life balance, culture, exit opportunities, and compensation.
Again, you can get access to all of these investment banking interview webinars through the WSO investment banking interview Prep Pack Plus.
As always, we welcome your feedback on how we can keep improving! Thank you for your continued support.
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