Analysts will participate in an intensive six-week training program concentrating on corporate finance and accounting which is taught in New York by outside professors and Lazard bankers. Analysts will then become integral members of the Midwest Advisory Investment Banking Group, joining small transaction teams, which provide financial advisory services to the firm's clients. Day-to-day responsibilities of an analyst include financial analysis and modeling, company and industry research, participating in the development of client presentations and interacting with senior bankers and clients. Assignments fall into a range of categories, including M&A, divestitures, general and strategic advisory, restructuring and capital markets.
Candidates should be top academic performers who are willing to work hard in an unstructured environment which values initiative, creativity, maturity, and enthusiasm for learning. Academic backgrounds may vary, however candidates must be comfortable with financial concepts and enjoy quantitative work.
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