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Hi guys,

I'm really interested in getting into BB IBD in NYC or SF.

And I am currently a sophomore at a target, econ major. However, I have yet to secure a summer internship for IB and at this point I have applied to just about everywhere I could.

I currently have a offer from a boutique consulting firm focused on financial service firms and they want me to respond soon on whether I can join them or not.

Another option I am waiting for is with a private equity firm focused on technology in SF which I am in the final rounds with.

Next, is a sales and trading firm focused on currencies in SF which I just started interviewing for.

Lastly, I have to interview with Citigroup IBD in Korea which I am just about to start interviewing this week.

I'm not exactly sure which will be the best route for me in terms of getting that junior SA position at a BB. Could you guys give me some advice on which route may be the best for me if I want to stay in the US and work at a BB IBD?

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Apr 10, 2012 - 5:41pm
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