How To Become An Investment Banker

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Executive Summary

On a daily basis, hundreds of billions of dollars and invested. The money is used to buy stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and securities. Investment bankers are essential to help people invest their money wisely and make good banking decisions. Most investment bankers have a bachelor degree in finance, business, or economics. Some employers prefer a Master of Business Administration. Many investment bankers also complete internships. Employment of investment bankers is projected to grow much faster than the average for all professions, increasing 25% from 2006 to 2016. Growth will stem from the increasing number of financial products and services available and more consumers investing their money.

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