Investment Banker Qualifications in India

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Investment Banker Qualifications in India:

The advent and growth of Globalization and Liberalization, has directly led to an increase in cross border Mergers and Acquisitions all across the Globe. Even in the past few years back we have seen several Indian Corporations such as the TATA’s acquiring other international steel companies abroad.

Thus the existence and the happenstance of the above mentioned corporate events (both Domestic and International), has also been a direct factor for the growth and the development of the Investment banker as a Career in India.

Investment banks are often relative to the Share markets and Capital Markets, who provide advisory and intermediary services to those Corporations seeking to gain access to public money by the issue of shares, debentures, bonds Etc

They also act as underwriters at the time of sever public offerings so as to enable people to subscribe for their securities that they issue.

Investment banks also provide and render advisory services in the cases of merger and amalgamation of the 2 corporate entities.

Other kinds of investment banking activities would include research and analysis in financial instruments and financial securities, portfolio administration and management, proprietary trading activities, investment management, trading securities, selling & underwriting services for individuals, corporate and Government etc.

Investment Banker Qualifications in India:

(a)For Under Graduate Courses & Programs in Investment Banking:

  • All the Candidates and Aspirants are required to pass out and qualify their 10+2 HSC Board Examination or any other equivalent examination.
  • The above examination should be recognized by any Educational Board in India.
  • The above mentioned examination should be passed out with at least 60% aggregate marks in the 10+2 HSC Examination.

(b)For Post Graduate Courses & Programs in Investment Banking:

  • All the Candidates and Aspirants are required to pass out and qualify their 10+2+3 Examination or any other equivalent examination.
  • The above mentioned examination should be passed out from any University or College in India
  • The above mentioned University or College or Institute should be recognized by any Educational Board in India.
  • The above mentioned examination should be passed out with at least 60% marks in aggregate.
  • Candidates and students will also be required to appear for Group Discussion and Personal Interviews.

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