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The Best Book on Credit Suisse Investment Banking Jobs

The Best Book on Credit Suisse Investment Banking Jobs

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Best Books: An expert behind every book *****GIFT A COPY OF THIS HYPERINK BOOK TO 10 FRIENDS!!!***** We're offering a special bonus to Hyperink customers who purchase The Best Book On Credit Suisse Investment Banking Jobs. You can send up to 10 bonus copies to your friends and family. Full redemption details are inside the book, so check it out today! Thanks, The Hyperink Team ABOUT THE BOOK You dont have to be a financial wiz from birth (or part of the 1%) to be an investment banker. Just ask yourself this essential question: What interests you more: money or how money works? If you look in the mirror and see an energetic, curious, flexible person who is not driven by pure greed, yet understands that money makes the world go around, investment banking with Credit Suisse could be the job for you. This book delivers an insiders view of Credit Suisse investment banking, one of the top ranked investment banks in the world. Amrit Rao, an analyst with Credit Suisse from 2005-2007, serves as your personal guide through this challenging but rewarding world of investment banking. MEET THE AUTHOR Amrit is currently a business school student at Tuck, after having worked for five years in the finance industry. Before he accepted a job at Credit Suisse (his first job out of college), he wanted to be a doctor...and before that, a research scientist. His favorite foods include burritos, Thai and Indian curries, and basically anything with tofu. Hes happiest when hes around his family (Mom, Dad and sister), and his close friends and their families. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Diversity of Experience With such a strong emphasis on a diverse culture, some successful applicants might not have even majored in business. There was an art history major in my analyst class. Many people majored in history, engineering, biology...it was a very long list for certain... So, dont panic if you dont immediately know the difference between APR or APY. Credit Suisse looks for a willingness to work hard thats rooted in a desire to learn. (Start with learning the difference between fiscal and monetary policy thats an actual question asked in some banking interviews!) Life itself is an experience, but the successful applicant to Credit Suisse understands how to market his or her own unique experiences to the needs of Credit Suisse. For example, if youve lived or traveled abroad extensively, be able to communicate how those experiences prepared you for investment banking, such as the ability to adapt quickly to new situations. Buy a copy to keep reading! Best Books: An expert behind every book.CHAPTER OUTLINE Letter To Readers Dear Reader, Introduction So, you want to be an investment banker? Chapter 1: What is Investment banking? Like Real Estate Agents For Companies Chapter 2: Why Credit Suisse? The Credit Suisse Culture Chapter 3: Preparing For Recruitment Recommended Reading and Resources Chapter 4: Investment Banking Financial Terms A Review of Basic Vocabulary Chapter 5: The Other Guys Credit Suisse vs. Other Banks Chapter 6: The Pros and Cons of Credit Suisse The Good Some Cons Chapter 7: Starting Out At Credit Suisse Entry-Level Investment Banking Positions Chapter 8: Your History The Best Background For An Analyst Position At Credit Suisse Chapter 9: The Recruitment Process How Credit Suisse Recruits Networking Chapter 10: Credit Suisse Investment Banking Cover Letters and Resumes How to Do Your Resume Right Cover Letter Sample ...and much more