There have been a ton of threads regarding automation/AI in investment banking over the past 6 months to a year. Recently came across this job posting on LinkedIn from Lazard. I'm not necessarily interested in the position but more curious on what current bankers think about this job posting?
"The Quantitative M&A team at Lazard leverages buy side expertise and analytical techniques to offer clients unique insights on transactions, market behavior, and speculative investor positioning. Day-to-day responsibilities of the analyst are diverse and include designing, building, and interpreting robust quantitative models; real-time merger arbitrage analysis; performing in-depth research on trends in M&A; interacting with senior bankers and clients; and working closely with industry teams."
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