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    (Original post by xzbition)
    :laugh:
    Yeah pretty much we also have a computer :laugh:.

    But not a Bloomberg Terminal unfortunately.


    What are you studying?:hmmm:.
    Investment & Financial Risk Management

    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Chill out its first year bro. I could never spend that much time at a library. I need to socialise and interact with humans! I'd be bored out of my mind
    There are always people in the library. O.O In the trading room, there's always people to discuss trade ideas with and value securities. It's fun Also polish up on excel skills and learn new concepts. Think of it as an area of knowledge and development rather than something tedious.
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    [QUOTE=Anonynous;51517609]Investment & Financial Risk Management

    So you want to be a corporate investment banker
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    There are always people in the library. O.O In the trading room, there's always people to discuss trade ideas with and value securities. It's fun Also polish up on excel skills and learn new concepts. Think of it as an area of knowledge and development rather than something tedious.[/QUOTE]

    Can I come down to your Library it sounds like fun:woo:
    Not like mine it is so mundane:boring:.
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    (Original post by xzbition)
    So you want to be a corporate investment banker
    A corporate investment banker? What even is this?

    I aim to work in asset management or DCM/debt restructuring. Which is yes, essentially Invesmtent Banking.
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    (Original post by xzbition)

    Can I come down to your Library it sounds like fun:woo:
    Not like mine it is so mundane:boring:.
    Sure, get a visitors badge somehow and come down to Cass Business School, it's near Old Street Station.
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    (Original post by Anonynous)
    A corporate investment banker? What even is this?

    I aim to work in asset management or DCM/debt restructuring.
    Dw but can I come down to your Library you said you studied at Cass Business School right.
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    (Original post by Anonynous)
    Sure, get a visitors badge somehow and come down to Cass Business School, it's near Old Street Station.
    Oh Jazakallah:woo:.

    Do I just walk to reception and ask for a visitor badge.

    I will most likely come down this Saturday.
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    (Original post by Anonynous)
    A corporate investment banker? What even is this?

    I aim to work in asset management or DCM/debt restructuring. Which is yes, essentially Invesmtent Banking.
    A corporate investment banker:
    The main role of a corporate investment banker is to advise companies, institutions and governments on how to achieve their financial goals and implement long and short-term financial plans.
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    (Original post by xzbition)
    Oh Jazakallah:woo:.

    Do I just walk to reception and ask for a visitor badge.

    I will most likely come down this Saturday.
    I doubt they'd let you in without a valid reason, i.e attending an event. They don't let even City University students in, and they're part of the university.

    (Original post by xzbition)
    A corporate investment banker:
    The main role of a corporate investment banker is to advise companies, institutions and governments on how to achieve their financial goals and implement long and short-term financial plans.
    Corporate advisory is the role name.
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    (Original post by Anonynous)
    Investment & Financial Risk Management



    There are always people in the library. O.O In the trading room, there's always people to discuss trade ideas with and value securities. It's fun Also polish up on excel skills and learn new concepts. Think of it as an area of knowledge and development rather than something tedious.
    Fair enough
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    (Original post by Anonynous)
    I doubt they'd let you in without a valid reason, i.e attending an event. They don't let even City University students in, and they're part of the university.

    Right so I might have to leave it
    Sounds like a mission too much stress.
    I might pretend that I'm attending a event.:dont:.

    Corporate advisory is the role name.
    Yes but some people say corporate investment banker because it does entail more responsibilities.
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    [QUOTE=Anonynous;51517865]I doubt they'd let you in without a valid reason, i.e attending an event. They don't let even City University students in, and they're part of the university.


    Right so I might have to leave it
    Sounds like a mission too much stress.
    I might pretend that I'm attending a event.:dontknow:.
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    (Original post by xzbition)
    Yes but some people say corporate investment banker because it does entail more responsibilities.
    There's corporate advisory, corporate banking, corporate finance.. they're all sub categories of Investment Banking. Noone says, hey are you a corporate investment banker though.
    [QUOTE=xzbition;51517933]

    (Original post by Anonynous)
    I doubt they'd let you in without a valid reason, i.e attending an event. They don't let even City University students in, and they're part of the university.


    Right so I might have to leave it
    Sounds like a mission too much stress.
    I might pretend that I'm attending a event.:dontknow:.
    How? You have to be a student at Cass to attend events, unless you're someone important and a guest speaker or attending the Business Schools at Imperial/King's/LSE/QMUL Management school... and I can't remember some of the other ones in London.
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    How? You have to be a student at Cass to attend events, unless you're someone important and a guest speaker or attending the Business Schools at Warwick/King's/LSE/QMUL Management school... and I can't remember some of the other ones in London.[/QUOTE]

    You just said If I attend a event party I could get access.

    You did not mention being a guest speaker.

    I actually believe that your just spinning me around in webs.:hmmm:.
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    (Original post by xzbition)
    How? You have to be a student at Cass to attend events, unless you're someone important and a guest speaker or attending the Business Schools at Warwick/King's/LSE/QMUL Management school... and I can't remember some of the other ones in London.
    You just said If I attend a event party I could get access.

    You did not mention being a guest speaker.

    I actually believe that your just spinning me around in webs.:hmmm:.[/QUOTE]

    My question is, how do you plan to get in. You'd have to attend an event and given you're not a current student, alumni or anyone important in business, you're in a sticky situation.
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    Sneak me in innit :creep:

    Don't you have like a back door or something I can sneak in.


    Either that or I could disguise myself like you and wear your badge.

    While you stay home sick.:yes:.
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    I will pay you?

    Do you accept bribes?


    Are there any nice girls at Cass?:curious:.
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    (Original post by xzbition)
    I will pay you?

    Do you accept bribes?


    Are there any nice girls at Cass?:curious:.
    Yes, to the last question.
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    (Original post by Anonynous)
    Yes, to the last question.
    :excited: Let me in I like talking to intellectual students.

    Not because you got nice girls and that just cause I like surrounding myself with people that know how to make currency

    And when them Cass girls will see I'm into finance they will be thinking that I must know how to make money you get me.

    And we share a common interest and that is finance I could pretend I'm a finance student and your my friend you get me.:yes:.

    But obviously I just want to learn and expand my knowledge.

    So let me in?


    I'm your Muslim Brother:fisheye:
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    (Original post by Anonynous)
    Yes, to the last question.
    So what you saying?
    I could meet you outside Old street station.

    And we can take it from there.

    You can sneak me in.

    I swear down Abdul you best get me into Cass yanno

    Dw I will notice you.

    I seen your pic.
 
 
 
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