David Haeberle and Steve Sibley are the directors of the Investment Banking Workshop, which seeks to immerse Kelley’s highest performing finance and accounting students into the financial services industry.
Admitted IBW members will take six credit hours across all four years of their college education. Additional professional development opportunities include two Alumni Super Friday Seminars, two pitch competitions, field trips to New York City and Chicago, and specialized training with Training with the Street. The IBW works with many of the top firms in the industry, including Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill, Barclays, and JP Morgan, and blue-chip boutiques including Perella Weinberg Partners, Moelis & Co., and Lazard. The curriculum begins for freshmen in the Investment Banking Club where students learn the basics about the industry.
Members of the Investment Banking Workshop take the following courses:
BUS-F 228 – Introduction to Investment Banking (1.5 credits), freshman year or fall sophomore year
BUS-F 355 – Investment Banking & Capital Markets (1.5 credits), fall sophomore year
BUS-F 428 – Investment Banking I (1.5 credits), fall junior year
BUS-F 429 – Investment Banking II (1.5 credits), fall senior year
Apply for the Investment Banking Workshop in October of your sophomore year.