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    Has anyone had the interview/AC for the Citi summer internship in Markets yet?
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    (Original post by F4N)
    Has anyone had the interview/AC for the Citi summer internship in Markets yet?
    Yup - people were started being given offers about 2 weeks ago (though that was from the first AC)
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    Guys you know if your internship starts the following year for 10 weeks (summer analyst), when you send your application off rougly what month/time do you get an interview?
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    (Original post by shandawg)
    How soon after submitting your application did you get the Online Testing invite for BNP?
    Immediately, I think it's automatic
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    (Original post by networx)
    Macquarie rejection lol
    Don't take it personally they have the weirdest way to hire, which division did you apply for?
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    (Original post by TheParham)
    Don't take it personally they have the weirdest way to hire, which division did you apply for?
    IBD. What do you mean with that haha?
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    Anyone have a rough idea about this years return rates? Have an offer for SA at a BB (CS/UBS/HSBC type) and possibly a full time offer at an EB in Europe. Trying to weigh the pros and cons
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    (Original post by JWScandic)
    Anyone have a rough idea about this years return rates? Have an offer for SA at a BB (CS/UBS/HSBC type) and possibly a full time offer at an EB in Europe. Trying to weigh the pros and cons
    Cant you do the summer internship before starting your full time job? That way if you get a return offer you can just turn the other company down
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    (Original post by JWScandic)
    Anyone have a rough idea about this years return rates? Have an offer for SA at a BB (CS/UBS/HSBC type) and possibly a full time offer at an EB in Europe. Trying to weigh the pros and cons
    Personally, if you cannot do the internship first before starting the full-time job (i.e. push the start date back) to see if you get an offer, then take the full-time job, do that for one year and then lateral over to a better bank if you want.

    Intern conversion rates were really bad this year at most places. Barclays was <50% and Morgan Stanley was <65%.

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    (Original post by volatilityskew2)
    Cant you do the summer internship before starting your full time job? That way if you get a return offer you can just turn the other company down
    Unfortunately not, the FT starts with training etc while the summer analysts are still doing their internships.
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    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    Personally, if you cannot do the internship first before starting the full-time job (i.e. push the start date back) to see if you get an offer, then take the full-time job, do that for one year and then lateral over to a better bank if you want.

    Intern conversion rates were really bad this year at most places. Barclays was <50% and Morgan Stanley was <65%.

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    Yeah this sounds like a reasonable plan. I just don't know how easy/difficult it is to lateral to London from other parts of Europe. Thanks for the input!
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    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    Personally, if you cannot do the internship first before starting the full-time job (i.e. push the start date back) to see if you get an offer, then take the full-time job, do that for one year and then lateral over to a better bank if you want.

    Intern conversion rates were really bad this year at most places. Barclays was <50% and Morgan Stanley was <65%.

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    +1

    Assuming you cannot do both, take the EB. Specially if the BB is UBS/HSBC (not a BB). With CS I'd have more doubts.
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    (Original post by katuok)
    +1

    Assuming you cannot do both, take the EB. Specially if the BB is UBS/HSBC (not a BB). With CS I'd have more doubts.
    UBS is BB 100%
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    (Original post by TheParham)
    UBS is BB 100%
    pretty sure the not a BB was aimed at HSBC which is true

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    Anyone heard back from hsbc after passing tests?
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    Anyone know figures for Nomura IBD SA conversion to full time?
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    anyone heard back from CS or BAML?
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    (Original post by networx)
    IBD. What do you mean with that haha?
    Literally, their conversions and the reasoning behind their offer/ no offer was a joke this year! They had interns in teams and divisions that they did not even had the headcount for future grad positions..
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    (Original post by TheParham)
    Literally, their conversions and the reasoning behind their offer/ no offer was a joke this year! They had interns in teams and divisions that they did not even had the headcount for future grad positions..
    lol. maybe they got no headcount because they don't really have something that could be called dealflow hahaha
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    Anyone have any insight into these "exclusive networking" events where you go visit the company and meet the analysts/MD's are these comparable to a first round etc. or what does one expect?
 
 
 
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