Is it a permanent no if you interview at a firm before you have enough experience for the role they're looking to fill? Or will you be considered in the future.
Would you ask for a salary bump if lateraling into another position within the bank? Same band level.
I hear so much chatter about peers wanting to become an entrepreneur, meanwhile, I'm terrified at the idea of leaving a comfortable salaried position to start a new venture that could fail.
I'm a bit out of my depth being in any kind of leadership position. What's the best leadership advice that you've received?
What are some of the more difficult and / or interesting tasks you have to do in your current position?
When looking for a new job, what's most important to you: 1.) People 2.) Comp 3.) Culture 4.) Industry 5.) Position ?
Excel was incredibly impactful on the financial sector, yet jobs were created with its inception. Will the same be true when AI plays a more active role in banking?
Sorry if this has been asked before, but what's the most amount of hours you've worked? What position were you? Were there extenuating circumstances?
Curious to hear from this forum- Has this incident impacted Wall Street hiring from Yale? https://youtu.be/xK4MBzp5YwM
I just saw this. Lloyd's the man. "Today's decision is a setback for the environment and for the U.S.'s leadership position in the world. #ParisAgreement"
When you get recruiter emails, but you aren't ready to leave your current position, do you ignore the email or do you respond to maintain a relationship for down the road?
Anyone work in PE co investing or know someone who does? Is it difficult to exit to direct PE after going to a co investment shop for a few years after a BB IBD program?
How best to go about applying for a job at a company that's a client of your current group (IBD) if you want to be discrete that you're looking for a new role?
Moving to a smaller regional bank with higher role with more responsibilities or lateral larger name brand bank still as a supporting role?
Name another career which provides this much learning opportunity/responsibility and exit ops without needing much more than a four-year degree.
Offered a job in SF. Pay is pretty good, bonus is good but no relocation. Advice on how to negotiate offer since relocation isn't provided for this position?
Offered a job at a small software firm. Pay is good, role sounds decent, but it's outside of finance and I want to be at a quant hedge fund eventually. Safe move? Could I come back to finance?
Am I learning things too fast or I’m just not given important (aka challenging) work? I always get bored after three month at a new position...
Thoughts on doing an online degree. Looking for a career change, but not willing to give up my position now and cannot afford to quit my job yet.
So for those thinking of doing CFA, big tip. Start trying to get into your desired role after you pass level 1 and 2. Don’t wait to be a full charter to pivot. Level 1 and 2 are like recruiting cycles
IBD to Strategic Finance in a tech firm; any possible plays? Any insight in to VCs vs PEs (in tech) and/or should I just sit tight till exit?
Anyone else get really nervous for interviews? How do you deal with it? I know I’m qualified for the role. I feel confident I’d do well if given an offer. Just scared that I might fudge the interview.
When interviewing for new role what matters to you most? What questions / answers help you see the “full picture”?
Is it possible to exit to a fully remote position? Want to travel the world a work remotely for a couple years
Has anyone considered financial services advisory at the big 4 coming from a controllers role at the bulge brackets? Heard pay is closer to 6 figures if not over it. Pros and cons?
Do people in finance get white hair sooner than in other industries? I'm just 27 and already getting strands of white hair which started after I joined a high stress role. Any advice?
Feeling super low. Went through final rounds at 2 companies. The hiring teams sent multiple notes saying they are very impressed only to be told later that the job position is on hold. Back to square1
What certifications would be good to get as someone who is fresh out of college and in their first role?
How to escape from a role you’re “good at” but not using your strengths in? (When the skills you’re currently using are in higher demand than your real strengths)
I have a call with a recruiter about a position I’m no longer really interested in but there’s another position that I like better and would be a good fit for..should I bring it up? Or no?
Best way to get proficient in Excel? New role requires intermediate proficiency of excel, previous role required zero. I can do basic math, basic pivots, but I don’t know vlookups etc.
When interviewing for an early start up (Treasury/some potential IR) how much is appropriate to ask about the investors/sponsors, capital structure, capital position, etc? Proposed comp ~150 w equity