Banking Forums.co.uk - Investment banking forums, career advice and talk

REGISTER NOW!

Login to an existing account

     
 
Investment banking news forum
Investment banking interviews forum
Investment banking career advice forum
Investment banking education and courses forum
Investment banking technical forum
Investment banking commununities
Investment banking off topic forum

Search forums
About us
Contact us

 

 

what to study?

Back to Education forum



bereng

Member
Post time19:45 30-06-2007

Hi,

I am a very skilled and with loads of experience .NET C++ developer.

Unfortunatly I can't get into investment banking development roles as I lack the business knowledge.

What would you recommend me to study and at what university/training centre so that my CV would be considered for such positions? (it can be anywhere in the world but can't take longer than one month)

Thanks a lot in advance.


phdstudent20...

Member
Post time00:11 21-08-2007
(Post updated by phdstudent20... 00:11 21-08-2007)

It is very unprobable that you'll find anything shorter than 1 month, what would significantly increase your chances on the job market.

If you want to spare your time try passing certificates like: CFA, FRM or PRM.


utopiaderiva...

Member
Post time18:56 22-08-2008

i found www.-[CENSORED]-.com useful

DonaldBritz

Member
Post time15:56 19-10-2012

I am in much the same position.  Professional project manager, 40 years experience, 20 in Retail Banking, now wishing to break into Investment Banking as a contracting Project Manager, but finding the employers in Investment Banking circles are demanding industry knowledge.
So what to study???????  Ideally want to follow and online course as I still have to work fulltime to earn a living.
Any suggestions out there?
Thank you
Donald Britz