Corporate Investment Banker

What does a Corporate Investment Banker do?

Corporate Investment Bankers provide a range of financial services to companies, institutions and governments. This might include mergers, acquisitions, bonds and shares, lending, privatisations and Initial public offerings (IPO). They also provide advice on management buyouts, raising capital, providing strategic advice to clients, as well as identifying and or securing new deals.

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What skills does a Corporate Investment Banker need?

  • Commercial awareness and knowledge of financial markets
  • Strong numerical and analytical skills
  • Ambition
  • Leadership, teamwork and interpersonal skills
  • Adaptability
  • Strong communication skills and ability to present ideas
  • Time management ability
  • Problem solving skills
  • Numerical and analytical skills
  • Self-confidence and the ability to make difficult decisions, work under pressure and cope with stressful situations.

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