An investment banker is a financial expert who helps companies make financial decisions, like selling stocks or acquiring a competitor. Last year, investment bankers at J.P. Morgan collected a total of $3 billion in fees from clients they advised. And last spring, they helped United Airlines merge with Continental Airlines, to create the world’s largest airline company.
- Intel for Aspiring Investment BankersEmily Zhen, 17 and a rising senior at Naperville Central High School in Illinois, is intrigued by the idea of becoming an investment banker. She got the opportunity this summer to step inside the financial services industry during a visit to Morgan Stanley in New York City. Zhen shares the day's discoveries in an essay for KWHS.
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