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ICICI Bank Securities Investment Banking
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Aditya Tyagi

Liberal Arts Major: Economics
Minor: Security Risk Analysis
Hometown: New Delhi, India

What was the best part of your experience?

The best part of my experience has been working on stockbooks, mergers, and acquisitions with coworkers and clients. As an intern in an investment bank, I work with a team of other interns who each have certain responsibilities. In my role, my specific duties may include financial analysis and modeling, industry research, and the preparation of slides and other written materials. Working in a diverse team is the best part of my internship.

How did this experience impact you academically?

Through my internship, I have become more disciplined and have had the the opportunity to develop strong technical skills. The projects on which I have worked have taught me a lot. I have learned how to finish critical tasks before their deadlines, juggle multiple projects, and present a stock pitch to clients.

"Through my internship, I have become more disciplined and have had the the opportunity to develop strong technical skills."

How will this experience impact your career goals?

Internships are amazing opportunities to develop technical and financial skills in addition to soft skills like teamwork and communication. They also help you to understand yourself and learn more about your strengths and weaknesses. The feedback/review process is very useful in helping you to improve your skills and to see how people value your work. Finally, an internship in investment banking is the best opportunity to discover the career path for which you are best suited. Your efforts may even be rewarded with a full-time job offer at the conclusion of your internship experience. It is the most exciting and challenging way of starting a career.

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