One of the biggest assets for any Investment Bank is its people. And while every organization has an HR team and function, few are able to effectively capture the real talent from the industry.
This situation made Himanshu Jain (Ex- McKinsey) and Manoj Goel (Ex Goldman Sachs) to team up with a mission to make a bridge between the Job providers and Job seekers in the Core Finance Industry, by providing the training to the Job seekers, through simulation of exact scenarios that take place in the work environment of an investment bank.
In 2008, the Duo started ARC Finance Pvt Ltd., a boutique investment bank. After that, in 2009, they founded The Wallstreet School.
Manoj Goel (Left) and Himanshu Jain (Right)
The team claims that its student applicant base has increased 5x in past 3 years.
“We know what exactly the HRs at an investment bank look for, since we have been running our own IB firm for more than a decade. We have facilitated placements into this industry for more than a decade now”, Himanshu says.
Currently, The Wallstreet School’s Investment Banking Program has students from 12 countries spread across South Asia, Eastern Europe, Canada and USA.
Some of Corporates where TWSS has conducted training includes McKinsey, GMR Group, PWC, etc. They have also conducted seminars in Premium B Schools including FMS, IIFT & IIMs.
Placements Highlights of The Wallstreet School–
The ambitious candidates at TWSS have proven their mettle by rendering one of the most successful placement year in history of the Institute.
- The Students have been placed across 50+ companies in Core Finance profiles such as Equity research, Valuations and Investment Banking.
- There has been a sharp increase in the number of enrollments from the students of Tier 1 college students including IITs & IIMs
- Major recruiters have been Deloitte, KPMG, Ernst & Young, Grant Thorton, WNS, Deutsche Bank, Fitch Ratings, Evalueserve, SG Analytics, Genpact (IB Team), Moody’s &CiansAnaltics.
- As many as 30 new Investment Banking companies recruited from TWSS as compared to last year. Some of them include Crisil, EquiCap Asia, Sparrow advisory, Duff & Phelps, Roths Child & Co.