Recruiting

We use our network of over 24,000 alumni and recruiting preparation methods to place students in the career and city of their choice. Our members have placed in investment banking, investment management, corporate finance, sales & trading, and other corporate roles (including real estate acquisitions and private equity, as well as marketing and strategy roles within financial institutions).

Georgetown places students at a variety of firms. The following list represents many common domestic placements, but is by no means an exhaustive list.

Banks
  • Bank of America
  • Barclays
  • BMO Capital Markets
  • Citigroup Inc.
  • Credit Suisse
  • Deloitte Corporate Finance
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Evercore
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Greenhill & Co.
  • Guggenheim
  • Harris Williams & Co.
  • Jefferies
  • JP Morgan
  • KippsDeSanto
  • LionTree
  • Macquarie
  • Moelis & Company
  • Piper Sandler
  • RBC Capital Markets
  • Rothschild & Co.
  • Santander
  • Stifel Financial Corp.
  • UBS
  • Wells Fargo Securities
  • William Blair
Financial Institutions
  • American Express
  • Blackrock, Inc.
  • Blu Venture Investors
  • Cambridge Associates LLC
  • Capital One
  • Cohen & Steers
  • Corvest Capital Management
  • Federal Capital Partners
  • Fidelity
  • GEF Capital Partners
  • Greenspring Associates
  • In-Q-Tel
  • S&P Global Ratings
  • State Street Corporation
  • The NASDAQ OMX Group

Recruiting Support

Investment Banking

We support our members through the structured investment banking recruitment schedule by organizing Finance Day, Wall Street Week, and firm-specific recruiting presentations, as well as helping them craft their stories, prepare for technicals, and practice interviews.

Aug – Sept
Skill & Story Development
  • Finance Day
  • Story-Crafting
  • Behavioral & Technical Interview Preparation
Sept – Nov
Networking & Coffee Chats
  • Coffee Chats
  • Wall Street Week (NYC Career Trek)
  • Recruiting Presentations
  • Mock Interviews
  • First-Round Interviews (at Banks with Early Recruitment)
Dec – Feb
Interviews & Super Days
  • First-Round Interviews (at Banks with Later Recruitment)
  • Super Days
  • Offers

Non-Investment Banking Careers

For non-investment banking careers, the recruiting process is generally much shorter, consisting of an on-campus presentation followed by interviews and extension of offers. Students interested in non-IB financial careers should attend Finance Day on campus and participate in mock interviews to ensure preparedness for interviews. Common non-IB careers include financial planning and analysis (FP&A), credit/equity research, portfolio management, and asset management.

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