I'm an undergrad (year 3/5) engineering science student in University of Toronto, and have justoffer from a big Canadian bank in its risk management division. I've had a pretty big strategy internship before (last summer) too.
To be honest I took this job primarily to have a better chance of getting into Sales and Trading in my penultimate year (I didn't want to risk rejecting the offer and not ending with anything this summer).
I just want to know if anyone has any idea if I can back my experiences up to break into sales &since it is extremely competetive , TD, etc. If anyone has any advice or experience in dealing with this, please let me know.
Oh and my major is financial engineering and economics and I've been chasing S&T since I started trading out of my mock account
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