Investment Banking Recruitment Clips

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Investment Banking Recruitment Clips

8 comments:

Malachi A. Leopold said...

The production value of this video shows that someone obviously takes this very seriously and is investing time and money into promoting this message. Who produced this video, I'd enjoy the opportunity to engage with them? I think we might be swinging for the same fence.

Malachi A. Leopold

Malachi A. Leopold said...

The production value of this video shows that someone obviously takes this very seriously and is investing time and money into promoting this message. Who produced this video, I'd enjoy the opportunity to engage with them? I think we might be swinging for the same fence.

Malachi A. Leopold

Anonymous said...

The video is based on the GS's recruitment video where the firm showcases its professionals and the interviewees comments get edited so they complete each others sentences. DB has done a similar thing.

Anonymous said...

Love your posts, really useful for someone who will be interning at a BB (M&A) in London this summer. Any tips on what to do to get the job at the end or probably more importantly, what not to do?

Monkey said...

"Anonymous said...
Love your posts, really useful for someone who will be interning at a BB (M&A) in London this summer. Any tips on what to do to get the job at the end or probably more importantly, what not to do?"

Ah. The monkey extends its regrets to the poor anonymous soul who has been sucked into the world of i-banking. But there is still hope. it's only for the summer! There is time for you to change your mind - and plenty, plenty, plenty of reasosns too.

In case you still want to charge ahead, look out for the upcoming starter pack for the Intern Class of 2007!

May the force be with you.

Anonymous said...

To the poor soul who will be interning this summer:

- "The good thing about a summer analyst internship in ibanking is that it only lasts 10 weeks."

- "There are only 3 happy days for an investment banker: the day you sign with your bank, the day you get your bonus, and the day you leave."

One day you will look back and appreciate these quotes.

Anonymous said...

This is that 'poor soul'.

Thing is, what would you do instead? At the moment I can't think of anything better. If I'm going to spend a few years working in a city job, it might as well be the most challenging one out there. I'm too young to take it easy!

Monkey said...

To the poor soul:

May the force be with you yound Skywalker. Remember: shortcuts, delegate to the presentation team, treat the print room nicely, and go for beers with the MDs.