Investment Banker (Specialties)

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What is the Investment Banker (Specialties) role?

Investment bankers work in an advisory capacity to corporations and governments. They help companies raise money in the capital markets, assist with mergers and acquisitions and provide financial advisory services. Although investment banking can be a high-pressure job and might require long hours, it continues to be highly sought after as it offers the opportunity to work on high-profile transactions while paying extremely well. This position can help one understand exactly how a company works and how a company is potentially valued and hence helps build a robust skillset.

What are the responsibilities of this role?

  • Help research market trends and assess the best possible avenues for helping companies finance their goals
  • Gather information and help valuate companies
  • Create and build on existing relationships with bankers and companies
  • Create presentations to align clients with possible solutions

What are the alternate names for this role?

Corporate Finance Professional

What is the earning potential for this role?

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What are the required & recommended credentials and courses?

Below are the courses and credentials required and/or recommended for this career.


Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)

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