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What are the key leadership skills needed to advance from Associate to Vice President and beyond?
Using case studies and speaking from their own experiences, Melina Denebeim ’12 and Jeff Derman ’00 outline the critical progression that takes place during the Associate and VP roles, highlighting the management and leadership capabilities necessary to become top talent within the investment banking industry. Students will come away from this session with a roadmap on how to meet and exceed expectations at this important, transitional stage of their investment banking career.
Melina Denebeim ’12, is the Director of the Program for Financial Studies. She has eight years of investment banking experience, including roles in Retail Investment Banking at Guggenheim Partners and Debt Capital Markets at Credit Suisse.
Jeff Derman ’00, is Managing Director, Mergers & Acquisitions Group at Peter J. Solomon Company. Prior to PJSC, he was Vice President in the Consumer Retail Group at Goldman Sachs. As a member of the Columbia Coaching Program, he advises MBAs on careers in investment banking.