National Investment Banking Competition 2016

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National Investment Banking Competition 2016

We would like to invite Undergraduate and Graduate students to compete in the 2016 National Investment Banking Competition. Over the past six years, NIBC has grown to become the most prestigious finance competition in North America. The principle focus of the Competition is to provide students with the opportunity to learn and apply practical skills relevant to investment banking on an international stage and in front of senior industry professionals. The Competition aims to exhibit a realistic scenario where students will gain insight into the daily responsibilities of both junior and senior investment bankers. Finalists will have the chance to present their work in a live pitch to a panel of judges comprised of Managing Directors from leading North American investment banks, while competing for a $15,000 prize pool.

Last year, 379 teams from over 100 universities across North America, Asia, and Europe participated including:

U.S. Partners: Wharton, NYU (Stern), Yale, MIT, Stanford, Columbia, Chicago (Booth), Cornell (Johnson), Dartmouth College (Tuck), Duke (Fuqua), UC Berkeley (Haas), UCLA (Anderson), Northwestern (Kellogg), Michigan (Ross)

Canadian Partners: Western Ontario (Richard Ivey), McGill (Desautels), University of Toronto (Rotman), Queen’s University, University of Waterloo, UBC (Sauder)

International Partners: Oxford, Hong Kong University, National University of Singapore, Singapore Management University, HEC Paris, Nyenrode Business Unviersity

Competition registration will commence on May 11, 2015 and the First Round will take place in September 2015. For more detailed information about the Competition, please review the NIBC 2016 Competition Overview or visit our website.

NIBC 2016 – Competition Overview


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