What is investment banking?
Investment banks aid companies acquire funds. As well as acquiring new funds they offer advice on a wide range of transactions a company might engage in (mergers & acquisitions, equity research). They may generate funds either through public funding by selling shares in the company or by venture capital or private equity in exchange for a stake in the company.
Initially much of the skills learnt as a foundation doctor are important – time-keeping, team work, networking, getting jobs done efficiently.
Your medical background will be most useful as a healthcare equity research analyst, where you will give advice and formulate reports on, for example, biotech companies.
£30-60k (analyst) £90-180k (vice president)
Investment banking is a high work, high risk, high reward profession which will undoubtedly affect your lifestyle.
Vigorous work ethic