With Summer 2020 recruiting moving along so early, I need to make a decision in the next week or so and was looking to see if anyone could provide a bit of insight.
I'm currently holding an offer from Baird (in their HQ in Milwaukee) and RBC Capital Markets in New York. When considering PE exits etc.., is there any clear advantage for one firm over the other? Have looked into the archives here, but it seems like the information on RBC is a bit outdated and the bank has really been on the rise over the past few years.
Considering the offers on the table now and that many of the BBs besides Citi are still going through the process, would it make any sense to decline the current offers to hold on and continue to recruit? Any help would be really appreciated.