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Jul 31, 2014

not too familiar with STRH, but I know wells is pretty big in charlotte. Spoke with an md from the consumer and retail group and he spoke highly of the deal flow and the culture. seems like a great culture, but WF is always considered to be a lower end BB.

Had a friend who was deciding between WF and Baird, ended up going with Baird because they are considered a top MM bank, compared to WF who is lower end BB.

Just my .02

Jul 31, 2014

Looking to stay in the Southeast. Are regional offices, in Charlotte or Atlanta, for non SE based banks a place you want to be or no?

Jul 31, 2014

From folks i've talked with, they've discouraged it. If you're gonna stay in the SE, i'd suggest WF, STRH, or BofA (tho not entirely sure what market related gigs they have down here). DB has a shop in Jacksonville, but it's more of a revolving slave camp, imo.

Jul 31, 2014

generally no. for certain banks, they may have a group situated in Chicago (with their hq in NYC) that is strong, but generally if you're going south east, aim for a bank headquartered there like BAML or WF. Atlanta has a few strong shops as well if you're interested in that

Jul 31, 2014

Bank of America and I know Citi has a LatAm office in Miami.

Jul 31, 2014
CaliCarry81:

Bank of America and I know Citi has a LatAm office in Miami.

BoAML and Citi in Miami are good if you speak spanish. WF and BoA are both in Charlotte, I've heard pretty good things about WF in Charlotte. And I know STRH is located in Alanta, they have a commercial lending office here in Fort Lauderdale but IB is all in Atlanta.

Jul 31, 2014

Interviewed with STRH for FT down in ATL. One of my favorite interviewing experiences, great culture from what I saw. The analysts I spoke with told me they place well in MM PE shops in the Southeast.

Aug 1, 2014

offer?

Aug 1, 2014
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