Investment bankers consult with and advise clients on sensitive financial matters. They analyze records, assess domestic and global economic trends, develop stock strategies, and manage corporate assets that can eclipse the million dollar mark. Proactive, strategic and critical thinking skills are a must for investment banking career success. Also, a high level understanding of financial planning, investing, economics are required. It is not a 9-5 career; investment bankers work long hours and are always on the clock to meet the needs of their clients.
Students of the Monroe College Bachelor’s Degree in Business Program are given a comprehensive investment education. They are taught by vice presidents of financial institutions, stock market experts, and investment strategists. Our curriculum pushes students to identify growth opportunities before the competition and better manage investment risk. Our intense academic structure prepares students for successful internships at Wall Street firms, investment banks, and private equity companies.
Graduates of the Monroe College of Business can pursue gainful employment in the public and private sectors or elect to work toward an MBA. For more information on how a Monroe College education can get you closer to an investment banker career, visit here.