Analyze companies with financial problems
Recommend ways for companies to raise funds
Help companies raise money by finding new investors and structuring deals
Negotiate other deals, such as corporate mergers, sales, and acquisitions
Research companies to determine prices of mergers or acquisitions
Work at a investment firm or a bank.
Long hours 50-60 a week/ make a lot of money as well.
University- Masters in business administration. Professional certification
Demand to perform your best everyday- work at my stores is demanding always on my feet dealing with clients trying to make a sale. And as well as in the gym always trying to do my best.
Strong analytical skills are important, and you should also be a good communicator- I enjoy analyzing things and I think and am working on becoming a better communicator.
Investment bankers act as deal-makers for large companies, providing advice and guidance on high-level financial transactions. Some specialize in helping companies raise money. For example, a company might approach an investment banker with a proposal to raise $100 million to finance the development of a new mine.
The investment banker first looks for people or companies willing to invest in the project. Then he or she structures the deal, balancing the interests of both the company and the potential investors. Once all parties agree to the terms of the deal, the banker will monitor the transaction. If all of the money is not raised initially, the banker will try to raise the rest through his or her company’s sales force. These bankers are sometimes referred to as corporate finance specialists.
-travel lots (use to it)
Away from home etc.
Can make a lot of money from 50,000-1,000,000 plus bonuses
I find that this job meets my interests because I like to deal with people and help others make money as well as myself. Also I like the fact that you are making deals with big companies and shaping the futures...