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Supercharge Your Career

The New York Institute of Investment Banking imbues students with the skills necessary to begin a career as an investment banking, private equity or hedge fund analyst.

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In Class Training

Learn how to build operating models with valuations, merger and acquisition models, leveraged buyout models and other technical skills necessary to succeed on Wall Street from experienced investment banking professionals.  Case studies are employed to explore historic transactions and to prepare students for interviews.   

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Internship Placement

The technical training is reinforced by the New York Institute of Investment Banking’s internship placement program.  The faculty has relationships with many New York investment banks, private equity funds and hedge funds through which everyone accepted into the New York Institute of Investment Banking will be placed as an intern.

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Resume and Interview Prep

Students are given lessons about cover letter and resume writing followed by multiple one-on-one editing sessions with an investment banking professional.  After attending lectures describing the demanding Wall Street interview process, students will be challenged by many full-length interviews tailored to the student’s career goals by a seasoned financial professional.   


The New York Institute of Investment Banking is designed for university students with or without business majors and graduates looking to start a career in investment banking, private equity or hedge funds.  Our courses were designed by current and former financial professionals to teach students the vocational skills they wished they had been taught in college.  Students reinforce their classroom instruction during an internship where the student will work on live deals for a firm on Wall Street.

The course begins with a senior managing director revealing the challenges he overcame on Wall Street and inspiring students to persist through the rigorous class and internship.  Accounting, corporate finance and valuation are reviewed early in the course to ensure students possess the basic knowledge requisite to learn advanced financial modeling.  Students then learn to build operating financial models, the core skill that every financial analyst needs to master.  Discounted cash flow analysis, comparable company analysis and precedent transaction analysis are performed on the operating model to derive a value for the company.  Operating models are consolidated to demonstrate the effects of mergers and acquisitions.  EBITDA growth, multiple expansion and debt pay down are added to the company's operating model to calculate the return generated from a leveraged buyout transaction.  Students will be ready for technical interview questions by the end of the course. 

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