Investment Banking Network

Investment Banking Seminar

The mission of the Investment Banking Seminar is to help high potential undergraduate seniors in the Kelley School establish placement as analysts with investment banking firms. The Investment Banking Seminar is a mini-workshop experience, and is an intensive eight-week seminar where students learn about the financial services industry, functions of an investment banking firm, resume writing, and interviewing tactics and strategies. Investment Banking Seminar participants learn to "play the game of investment banking" by demonstrating how investment banking firms apply the theory these students learn in their core courses in the daily practice of investment banking.

Interested in joining the Investment Banking Seminar?  Contact Professor Haeberle at (dhaeberl@indiana.edu)

We are accepting IBS applications for the Class of 2016 from Friday, August 15, 2014 to Friday, September 5, 2014. Please complete the IBS application by clicking here.

Please check back at that time, or contact Professor Haeberle for details.

Kathryn Roberts  |   Vice President, Lincoln International   |   Kelley School Graduate '06

“The Investment Banking Seminar augmented what I learned in my finance and accounting classes by bringing the concepts together for a real-world application. It also helped me make an advised decision about which finance career path and which firm fit me best. The Investment Banking Seminar's training definitely contributed to my ability to execute and ultimately be promoted to Associate at Lincoln International prior to moving to Chicago Growth Partners, before attending Wharton for an MBA, and finally returning to Lincoln International as a Vice President in 2013.”

Kelley School of Business