SIB’s workshop on Trading Comps valuation is a 1 day intensive and in class training program
As an analyst working in Investment Banking, Private Equity and Equity Research, a major part of your work will revolve around valuation using various techniques especially trading comparables, or comps as per popular industry jargon. Across the buy side and sell side, comps are widely used:
As a result, mastering comps is a bread and butter skill set for all aspiring analysts. Job interviews to enter any of these fields:
The skills that you will pick up on this training program will enable you to hold your own and succeed not just in interviews, but everyday as a professional as well.
Chaitanya founded SIB after working with Lehman Brothers in London and Mumbai. Chaitanya helped Lehman Brothers to establish their Investment Banking outsourcing business in India. His role revolved around training Lehman Brothers' analysts and provided him valuable insight into both project management and business development. In London, Chaitanya worked in the Telecoms M&A team where key transactions included :
Prior to Lehman Brothers, Chaitanya worked with Arthur Andersen in London providing Assurance Advisory services to leading financial institutions. Chaitanya completed his MSc. in Banking and International Finance from the Sir John Cass Business School, London. He graduated from the University of Leeds with a first class honors degree in Accounting & Finance.
SIB-School of Investment Banking is a unique and one of a kind Investment Banking training institute.
With an average placement record of 90% since inception, we know more than a thing or two about getting your foot in the door!
“The intensive training made me adept in all relevant disciplines of investment banking. I gained deep insights about sector peculiarities and I was ideally prepared for challenging finance interviews. I had high expectations and SIB exceeded these by far.”
ESB Business School
“SIB’s training is very well structured and intensive. It equipped me with essential analyst skills which cannot be gained from universities. And these hands-on skills have given me a better understanding of financial theories from a practical perspective. Great experience”
“The best part of training at SIB is the thorough manner in which each concept is explained and then followed up through real-life examples”