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    For my bank (IB division):

    16 interns -> 14 full-time offers from the internship pool -> 20 total expected for the 2010 analyst class.
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    (Original post by dpb23)
    To what extent do people think that '09-'10 grads might be considered for '11 grad schemes? Do you think the industry will accept that there is plenty of talent out there with too few roles to soak it all up?
    You can't really generalise. There could be exceptions who've done great things (temping, masters, fast-track ACA) but on the whole probably not for '09 grads, maybe for '10 grads. There will be plenty of '11 grads to go around for '11 schemes.

    (Original post by FifthQuarter)
    For my bank (IB division):

    16 interns -> 14 full-time offers from the internship pool -> 20 total expected for the 2010 analyst class.
    Is that for IBD (bar DCM)? Seems about right tbh. I can't help but fear the following scenario: 40 interns -> 16 converted -> 100 for 2010 analyst class. Well, fear is probably the wrong word. Sad is more applicable. Sad for interns who I've worked with, most of them very high quality and very nice people, who didn't get converted yet for the analyst class to be 2.5x bigger than the internship class.
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    Around 30 analysts in S&T at my bank this year (maybe a few more if they've withheld their details from the new joiners page). Not sure how this compares across the board.

    Similar in IBD which seems in line for size/dealflow of bank.
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    (Original post by greenyblue_eyes)
    Around 30 analysts in S&T at my bank this year (maybe a few more if they've withheld their details from the new joiners page). Not sure how this compares across the board.

    Similar in IBD which seems in line for size/dealflow of bank.
    You are speaking about Citi I assume.
 
 
 
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