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Investment Banking: Losing its Luster?

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Replies to: Investment Banking: Losing its Luster?

  • CHD2013CHD2013 2355 replies173 threads Senior Member
    They have very few I-banking resources, so the experience would not compare to a BB. It would be an entree to banking though, so could be worthwhile.
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  • isan2018isan2018 10 replies0 threads New Member
    Hi everyone,

    This is pretty irrelevant, and i apologize in advance for posting about this...
    I am applying for IBanking internships right now, and I was told that to prep for technical questions in the interview process I should read the M&I Investment Banking Interview Guide, and the Vault Investment Banking Guide. I'm having a hard time finding these resources. Does anyone have a link or access to these pdfs?

    Thank you!
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  • Mastodon97Mastodon97 678 replies47 threads Member
    Also, since I am entering as a junior to both schools, would I be able to stay an extra year at the school and get a GPA , because I know most people do junior internships, but I would not have a GPA by the time I apply for one.
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