For recruiting season, I've been targeting tech pretty heavily, but have just received a spur-of-the-moment interview in a healthcare group at a bank that would far and away be my superior offer. I've used the search function pretty extensively already, but most of the relevant info is a bit dated.
I obviously don't need to become an industry expert in the next 24 hours, but would love it if people could tell me the fundamental info to study that people get dinged for not knowing. For example:
-Current M&A market activity and perceived market direction
-Major industry and advisory players
-Macro trends to look out for
-Public policies to know and their impact on the industry
-Any resources that FT Healthcare bankers use regularly
Anyway, I don't need info for the sake of sucking up or pretending I have any expertise in the matter, I just don't want to look like some fucking idiot.
What's in it for you? I have a WSO credit balance of 95 and will graciously reward insightful comments.