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    Dear you have selected a very good field. After B.com you should do MBA or CA because these courses will guide to how to invest in any company or banks. Also, You will be able to do a job in investment banks and any other company. Learn about business and try to start your own business by investing in any field.
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    What is Investment Banking?

    As one of the prep providers for the CFA Exam, we typically receive hundreds of questions on Investment Banking and how to enter into this career ... we thought everyone would benefit if we wrote a small primer on the same. Here's the link to the same -
    http://www.edupristine.com/blog/what...tment-banking/

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    The blog post was informative.
    Can you tell us what's the current job scene in Investment Banking in India? Which companies are hiring at the Analyst/Associate level?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neetu View Post
    The blog post was informative.
    Can you tell us what's the current job scene in Investment Banking in India? Which companies are hiring at the Analyst/Associate level?
    With what action we are seeing in the job market, the metros are where there are small boutique firms opening. The firms are catering to the big organizations as KPOs. A lot of entry level jobs are in available in these firms, the money is not that great ... but the experience is substantial. Do not expect more than 3Lpa in such firms, however a solid years experience with a good certification such as CFA. In the past few months, we have seen Blackrock, Thomson Reuters, etc hiring at the Associate level (in fact I think the Blackrock opening is still up for grabs).

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    Quote Originally Posted by edupristine View Post
    With what action we are seeing in the job market, the metros are where there are small boutique firms opening. The firms are catering to the big organizations as KPOs. A lot of entry level jobs are in available in these firms, the money is not that great ... but the experience is substantial. Do not expect more than 3Lpa in such firms, however a solid years experience with a good certification such as CFA. In the past few months, we have seen Blackrock, Thomson Reuters, etc hiring at the Associate level (in fact I think the Blackrock opening is still up for grabs).
    Thank you very much.

    Thomson Reuters generally provides services related to financial research, data etc. and Blackrock is related to investment management.
    Not sure if they are in Investment Banking.

    Can you please share the link of the job posting at Blackrock that you are mentioning?

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    Does Pristine offer any course specific to Investment Banking? A course which is not related to CFA but just covers the basic aspects of i-banking and financial modeling.

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    You should do MBA.

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    One of the best investment banking courses

    Hello Abhigyan Das,

    You can go for The CIBOP (Certified Investment Banking Operations Professional) program at Imarticus is designed for careers in the operations, treasury and clearing functions within an investment bank. After completing the comprehensive program at Imarticus, you will gain an in-depth knowledge of global Investment Banking and Capital Markets.

    For more query visit http://imarticus.org/

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    Investment Bank or a Portfolio Manager in an Asset Management Company. However I have seen people who are CFOs doing corporate finance and treasury work after a CFA. 24393 Vacancies There are also some investment bankers doing M&A after a CFA. That's because this program provides a very solid base of various finance concepts. However this program is more geared towards financial analysis and investment management.
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    Investment banking is comprised of three main areas: investment banking division (IBD), sales and trading (S&T), and asset management. The large global banks typically offer all three services, with smaller banks usually focusing more on the investment banking division side covering advisory and mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Issuing stocks or bonds requires finding someone to buy them, and most companies aren't good at selling stocks and bonds, so they hire investment bankers as middlemen to help them find people looking to invest money. Investment banking as a career option is very challenging, exciting and promising. It offers an accelerated career path for those who want to enter in the finance industry. Aspirants can also pursue investment banking courses at diploma and certification level too.

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