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Bulge Bracket Banks: 2024 Edition

Mergers and Inquisitions

I never expected to revisit the topic of bulge bracket banks so quickly because the full list changes slowly, and we updated it a few years ago. What is a “Bulge Bracket Bank”? The name “bulge bracket” (BB) comes from the prospectus for an IPO or debt issuance, which lists all the banks underwriting the deal.

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Lower Middle Market

Wall Street Mojo

Lower Middle Market Definition The Lower Middle Market (LMM) is a segment formed by companies ranging from $5 million to $50 million in annual revenue. It forms the lower end of the economy’s middle market, mainly small and medium enterprises.

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Top Private Equity Firms for Associate Opportunities

OfficeHours

GTCR: Moving to the Windy City, GTCR is one of the most well-known and established middle-market private equity funds in the world. However, similar to mega funds, it should be noted that upper middle market funds like GTCR also get worked pretty hard. And with the firm recently closing a new $3.25 Best of luck!

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Investment Banking in Dubai: The New York of the Middle East?

Mergers and Inquisitions

bulge-bracket banks , such as JPM, GS, MS, and Citi, always rank well in the league tables. The other bulge brackets (BofA, Barclays, UBS, and DB) tend to rank lower, but this varies each year. Investment Banking in Dubai: The Top Banks The usual U.S. are much less active. standards (i.e.,

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How to Get an Investment Banking Internship

Mergers and Inquisitions

Admittedly, not all banks did this, and many bulge bracket firms will start in the normal time frame of January – March. Smaller firms tend to be a bit slower, so you could find some middle-market and boutique openings, even if the bigger banks are done. bulge brackets (well, except for RBC).

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Private Equity in China: The Worst of Both Worlds?

Mergers and Inquisitions

As with PE in many other emerging/frontier markets, it’s more like growth equity than traditional roles at middle-market PE firms and mega-funds in the U.S. poor stock-market performance, slowing growth rates, and an aging population. This may change due to factors like the “decoupling” with the U.S.,

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Capital Markets vs. Investment Banking: Deals, Careers, Recruiting, Exits, and Offer Decisions

Mergers and Inquisitions

On the other hand, I do not recommend capital markets over something like a private equity mega-fund offer , even if the capital markets offer is at a bulge bracket. If it’s a 5-person regional boutique , take the BB capital markets offer. But if it’s one of the top few middle-market banks (e.g.,